His stylistic discourse is an eclectic discourse and it is centred on the human figure exploring the possibilities this one has to give life to ideas and inner feelings - in the limits imposed by the Apollonian and Dionysian duality. The irony, the anecdotal, and the spontaneity are used as a means for exploring the materiality and for emphasising the idea in an expressive manner.
He contributed to the restoring of the monuments Simon Bolivar, Fly, The Army Monument, all of them located in Bucharest.
(Butea, Iași, 1969)
1989 - 1995 - Academy of Fine Arts, Sculpture Department, Bucharest, with professors Mircea Spătaru and Darie Dup.
Member of Romanian Fine Arts Union
1994 - Academy of Fine Arts Gallery, Bucharest;
- The New Wave, Humanitas, Bucharest;
1995 - The New Wave, "House of Art" Gallery, Bucharest;
- Academy of Fine Arts Gallery, Budapest, Hungary;
- Bucharest National Theatre Gallery;
2009 - Small Sculpture Exhibition, "Apollo" Gallery, Bucharest ;
2010 - Small Sculpture Exhibition, "Orizont" Gallery, Bucharest;
- Moldavian National Exhibitions - Bacău, Romania, and Chișinău, Republic of Moldova;
2011 - Municipal Exhibition, Bucharest;
- Engraving - Sculpture, "Simeza" Gallery, Bucharest;
2013 - Graphic - Sculpture, "Simeza" Gallery, Bucharest;
1989 - Hârlău, Iași;
1994 - Băile Herculane, Caraș-Severin;
1997 - Oarba de Mureș;
2002 - Traian Crețu (bust), Satu Mare;
2005 - Statuary Group, Farmexpert, Bucharest;
2008 - 2009 - Mircea the Old (bust);
- Șerban Vodă (bust);
- Radu Vodă (bust);
- Mihnea al III-lea (bust);
- Moise (bust), Aleea Voievozilor, Târgoviște.
Fundația Culturală META, Un secol de sculptură românească. Dicționar A-D. Colecția SINTEZE, Editura META, 2001, p. 25.