The television skies of Chiba City branded his brains in 1992. He hasn't recovered fully since. Re-wired his brain with a few years of FastTracker, hosted radio shows on the first Hungarian netradio (ParaRadio) for 4 years, went on to broadcast radio (EstFM 98.6) for another two. Worked on the absurd radio series Kónuszék, that actually led him to become a script writer for the multiple-award winning, New York Times-acclaimed animation Nyócker.
Started LD50 in 2001, a media experiment for him, an alternative community portal for everybody else. Did DJ'ing and promoting for 6 years in Budapest: the first weekly gothic/industrial clubnights in Bp, the VK/jrock nights Nippon Shoxx and the biggest local industrial/cyber party series called Kollektíva, among many. Spent 2 1/2 years as an IT/science journalist at hvg.hu
and a few months with visual mixtape startup DragOnTape.
2010 made him into an International Business School part-time lecturer about online marketing/media and weird cultural trends. He's the chief editor of THE DOSE, an alternative popcultural PDF mag, a columnist for MONDO, a very glossy mag with a focus on Japan and pop culture. Has insatiable love for weird stuff, Asian cuisine, pop culture, energy drinks, coffee, eyecandy, Japan, anything with a Scoville rate or a frequency and a life-long devotion to all things on the edge.
Currently working on his book about pop culture, fringe culture and how we perceive the future as such.