Kuba Witek is a Polish filmmaker, traveler, musician and author.
Born in Cracow on November 19, 1983 – raised in Kielce, Poland.
Graduated from the University of Central Lancashire in Preston, United Kingdom, specializing in Music Production.
A participant and leader of music and multimedia initiatives across Europe, engaging in various non-governmental activities.
He specializes in filming mini-documentaries, events, commercial ads and music videos.
Since 2001 he recorded almost 20 albums, EPs and mixtapes – both solo, as a rapper Tusz Na Rękach and as the frontman of Zaburzenia band – released on cds, vinyl records and digitally, through mainstream and independent record labels.
In 2015 he wrote his first quasi-biographical novel – RE:Tusz – a difficult coming of age story based in post-communist Poland.
In everyday life, he values minimalism, eco-awareness and self-developement. He enjoys old movies, biographic and crime novels, running in the woods, swimming in lakes and rivers, hiking – especially in the cold, northern regions.
In 2016 he travelled alone through Iceland on a bicycle and wrote a book – Ring Road: Around Iceland on a bicycle.
Right now he is promoting his first full feature documentary film ISOLAND – about the life of Polish emigrants on Iceland – and constantly dreaming about Mt. Fuji.