Visual artist with a degree in photography from the Estonian Academy of Arts, Tallinn, and the Tallinn Polytechnic School. His works in photography and video seek to build immersive experiences, in which memory, nostalgia, the subjectivities and the field of the sensible play a central role. In his most recent video installation, he addresses the consequences of the neoliberal economic order on human consciousness, on the imagery and on the personal belief system. He took part in exhibitions on such venues as Drakon Gallery, Tallinn, Estonia (2019); Tartu Kunstimuuseum, Estonia (2015); Hobusepea Gallery, Tallinn (2011); and on events such as the Estonian Photographic Art Fair, Tallinn (2013, 2014). He lives in Tallinn.