Michał graduated from the Humanities Department at the University of Warsaw. For ten years, he worked as a journalist for radio and television. In 2013, he got the Polish Film Institute Award for the TV program “One scene”. In the same year, he debuted with the feature documentary „Mundial. The Highest Stakes”, in which he mixed the perspective of political prisoners of the communist regime with the story of the Polish national team tournament during 1982 World Cup in Spain. In next years he directed three documentaries: “1989”, about the political transformation and the end of communism in Poland, “The Team”, a documentary about the Polish volleyball national team and “In a Blink of an Eye” commissioned by Gdynia Film Festival for its 40th anniversary. In 2016 he worked on “Fans” – docuseries for Canal+Discovery. His last film, “The Wind. A Documentary Thriller”, co-produced by HBO, is a journey into the community of Polish highlanders who are affected by an extremely destructive wind. Recently he takes part of “Less is More” screenwriting program where he develops scenario of his first fiction feature film.