In 2009, he graduated from the University of Szeged with a bachelor's degree in pedagogical history, and in 2012 with a master's degree in history. In 2013, he was admitted to the Doctoral School of History at Eszterházy Károly University in Eger, where he defended his doctoral thesis entitled "The Life and Work of Albert Berzeviczy (1853-1936)" with summa cum laude in 2017. His supervisor was Ignác Romsics, a full member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.

Between 2016 and 2020 he worked as a research fellow at the VERITAS Historical Research Institute and Archives in the Horthy-era Research Group, and in 2020-2021 he was a senior research fellow at the Rubicon Institute.

His main research interests include the life and work of Albert Berzeviczy, the life and political career of Prince Lajos Windisch-Graetz (1882-1968), and the history of Hungary in the Horthy era (1920-1944).

Since 2017 member of the Hungarian Historical Society.