When eight years old, played the leading part in Pál Sándor’s short feature film, 'Big-Ears' and subsequently played in several of his other films. Studied cinematography and worked for the Hungarian National Television in 1976. In 1980 he was admitted to the cinemtaography program of the Academy of Performing Arts, but after a year he interrupted his studies. Played in several eighties’ alternative rock music groups and drums with the URH Band. Started writing screen-plays and scripts in the late eighties. In 1991 wrote and directed his first feature film, 'Je t’aime'. Since the end of the eighties has also been making documentary films regularly. His first book of short stories, 'Dogs Do Not Forget' was published in 1996 and awarded the Sándor Bródy Prize for the best first book in 1997.
Since 1997 has been teaching at Black Box Documentary Film School of Loránd Eötvös University.