Marcin started breakdancing 15 years ago. He comes from Czechowizna, a place he has really close ties with. He’s practiced in Białystok, growing with the WHSB crew, which has quickly recognized Marcin’s talent, inviting him to join its ranks. While practicing, he met Blacha and Kruk. Wanting to develop toward bigger artistic projects, he’s found a common frequency with the Fair Play Crew founders and soon joined them for good. He’s a co-creator of the original choreographies of the FPC’s plays: “Metropolish”, “Morosophus” and the most recent one – “Seriously Funny” (“Amatorologia”), the first Polish dance comedy.
Besides dancing, he’s always been fascinated with drawing. As a kid, he spent every spare moment creating comic book stories and illustrations. After a hiatus, he came back to his passion and has developed it parallel to his scenic endeavors. These days, he’s responsible for the graphic aspect of the Fair Play Crew’s ventures.
He values greatly freedom and versatility. He loves dancing but likes to keep different scenarios and ideas regarding his life up his sleeve.