Jarek Jarosz originally comes from Oswiecim.

In 2002 after finishing his studies at the Polytechnic – The Cracow University of Technology he moved to London and lives there since.

In 2009, Jarek has accomplished his master degree studies in ‘Video Production and Film’ at the West London University and was awarded with distinction. During this years in London he has worked as a photographer and graphic designer polishing his skills and developing further interest in visual arts.

Jarek has worked with many established arts organizations, galleries, magazines and private businesses. In 2007 he was commissioned by The Serpentine Gallery to film and edit a series of short videos for a DVD documenting 24 hour experimental marathon. The project and DVD were a huge success featuring prestigious list of participants. World’s known architect Rem Koolhaas and Hans Ulrich Obrist invited more than 100 leading artists, architects, filmmakers, academics and scientists to expand on the notion of experimentation for their 24-Hour Experiment Marathon, held in the Serpentine Gallery Pavilion designed by Olafur Eliasson and Kjetil Thorsen.

Since 2007 Jarek has travelled to many countries expanding his portfolio photographing people around the world. As a result of these journeys his pictures were awarded and published in several magazines.

In 2009 his short film ‘Breath’ was screened at the Busho Film Festival in Budapest Hungary and some of the polish short film festivals. In the same year he has started to work on 30 minutes short movie ‘Lilian’ filmed in Oswiecim. He shows the town which is mostly known for the ‘Auschwitz’ concentration camp, not from the historical point of view, but from the perspective of young people, blooming next to this tragical museum.

Currently Jarek is successfully managing his advertising agency producing and directing TV commercials, short films and music videos.