Deputy director of the Museum of Warsaw, graduate of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology at Warsaw University. Since 2001 she has been involved in exhibition and publishing projects related to photography. She is one of the founders of the Archeology of Photography Foundation. She collaborated on the exhibition and publication Polish 20th Century Photography (2007), Documentalists. Polish Women Photographers of the 20th Century (2008). She is co-curator of the exhibition What we couldn't shout to the world about the Ringelblum Archive at the Emanuel Ringelblum Jewish Historical Institute and the temporary exhibitions Place. Tłomackie 3/5/7, Light of the Negative. Images from the Ringelblum Archive and Jerzy Lewczynski's Archive Re-read, and Where Are You? Genesis 3:9. She is co-author/editor of the publications [with: Bartosz Borys, Agnieszka Kajczyk, Olga Szymańska,] Archive More Important Than Life. The fate of Polish Jews during World War II in the documents of the underground group Oneg Szabat, Warsaw 2019; Scattered Contact. Photographs from the Ringelblum Archive Re-read, Warsaw 2019; [with Piotr Rypson, Paweł Śpiewak] Where Are You? Genesis 3:9, Warsaw 2020; [with Agnieszka Kajczyk] Anthology of Glances. The Warsaw Ghetto - Photographs and Films, Warsaw 2023.