He graduated from the Budapest School of Applied Arts after completing his 3 years of undergraduate and 3 years of high school graduate in 1930 in Ceramics. Antal Orbán and Imre Simay sculptors and a painter of Géza Udvary. 1937: Gold Medal of the Paris World Expo; 1938: I. Hungarian National Artistic Design Award; 1939: Recognition diploma, World Expo, New York; 1940: a diploma of international triennial in Milan; 1957: Applied Art Competition II. Fee. Between 1933 and 1936 he taught at the School of Applied Arts Antal Orbán. Prior to 1945 he was the independent leader of decorative and technical courses for potteries in Magyarszombatfa, Csákvár, Jákon, Désházán, Nagybánya, Zilahon, Mellét and Mistótfalva. Between 1944 and 1948, in the Soviet Union he was a prisoner of war, and after a while he returned home he worked as a MÁV employee. He was an artistic advisor to the Szentendre Ceramic Co-operative at the request of the Arts and Crafts Department of the Artistic Workers\' Union. Simple formatting, powerful color effects for typical object uses. His works were initially Hungarian, later grotesque. Vas County made the Hungarian Szombatfa style pottery decorative elements. He also had a significant church art work. Several jobs have been destroyed or lumpy.