Born it Katowice, she studied film studies, new media and sociology in Poland. In the Czech Republic, she received a degree in drama direction at the Theatre Faculty of the Academy of Performing Arts. She collaborates with independent theatres in both the Czech Republic and Poland. In her work, she deals with social and political themes. In 2007, she debuted in Poland with her play Don Juan x2. In 2012, she debuted in the film production as the second director of the feature film Mother. Sometimes she works as a translator as well. She co-founded the Theatre X10 where she directed the significant plays (such as A Day without A Russian, Haarmann, And Now: World!, or Collapse). Her play Haarmann was among the nominees for the Josef Balvín Award for the 2016/2017 season.