Born in Budapest on the ides of the last century, she has
lived all her life in the city of her birth.
Director, writer, editor. The finishing of her extensive
education at the age of 32 can be called a temporary break - as a result of her
natural approach to work, she is seeking to gain new knowledge with every new
assignment she does.
She has shown most of her artistic qualities in the making
of television programmes. A ”Niveau-award” holder, she is also the first female
assistant cinematographer and first female sport editor in the history of
Hungarian television. She has turned her back on new-wave television when it
became a commercial medium, awash with so-called starlets and losing all
artistic and creative qualities.
She had continued her work in theatres and in concert halls.
Two of her most rewarding works had been the introductory concert of Miklós
Varga titled ”With thee, my Lord, but without thine help”, and the music evening
of László Pelsőczy, ”Millennial amen”.
She has been the director of the adaptation of the drama
”Millennium”, with the collaboration of István Bubik, György Cserhalmi, Sándor
Gáspár and Sándor Szakácsi, published on CD and cassette.
In the last fifteen years, she played a part in the cultural
life of Hungary through her
articles inspiring classical music and her books. Her series of reportages,
”Without camera”, had brought out three books so far:
1. ”Ki hogyan csinálja” / ”Everyone has their own
ways” – new recipes for food and for life (Iskolaszolga Kft.,
2. ”Az ÉN a fontos, nem a haj” / ”Life is about me,
not about my hair” – lending a helping hand to balding men
3. ”A Sors időzít” / ”Providence takes her time” –
portraits from the different phases of raising children. (Art et Sanitas, 2001)
She has written several portrait
books on excellent artists of the Hungarian society, such as Kamilla Dévai Nagy
(”Őszintén… Dévai Nagy Kamilláról” / ”Openly... About Kamilla Dévai Nagy”;
Zene-Szó Kft., 2000), Sándor Szakácsi (”Thália szélmalmai között” / ”Among
windmills of Thalia” – Sándor Szakácsi; Nemzeti Könyvtár, Codex Print, 1998),
Gyula Vikidál (”Vikidál”; Laude Kiadó, 1990) and Miklós Varga (”Egy királyi hang
Európa szívéből” / ”A royal voice from the heart of Europe – Miklós Varga”; Szabad Tér Kiadó,
Her portrait of István Mikó,
”Több húron pendülök” / ”The many strings of my song” is waiting to be
She has written two literary
thrillers under the pseudonym Maggie Greene: ”Halál a szeretet jogán” / ”Death,
in the name of love” (Codex Pring, 1998), and ”Meggyilkolt álmok” / ”Slain
dreams” (”Ars et Sanitas”, 2000).
written opera librettos of high standards:
Today, she works as an editor and as
art pedagogue, being one of the founding managers of ”A&S” Music Industry
and Con Spirito Musical Art Association.