I completed my BA in Graphic Design at the Institute of Applied Art in Sopron and then my MA at DesignCampus Győr. I have been active in community work, including being a founding member and later president of the Workshopron Art College. In addition to organizing lectures, workshops, and other events, I have participated in and organized several solo and group exhibitions. In 2015, I won the National Student Conference in the Graphic Design category and was awarded the Rector's Commendation.
In 2016, I won the logo competition of the Mayor's Office of Szentendre, and ever since my logo has been used in the city's official communication. For years afterward, I was responsible for the posters of the Szentendre Theatre, as well as many festivals in the city. One of my greatest pride was to be the graphic designer for the Teátrum50 project. In the same year, my graphics illustrated the September issue of the Kortárs magazine - my work was awarded the "Artist of the Year" prize.
In 2019, the Mayor's Office of Szentendre donated my Kucsera illustrations to Pope Francis I, and they were given to the Vatican Museum.
In 2021, the Prima Primissima award-winning ArtFelxum Art Society has been admitted me as a member. I regularly contribute to the Szeklerland Graphic Biennale, PosterFest, and Budapest Illustration Festival.
In 2022 I was commissioned by FINA to create NFTs for the record-breaking swimmers at the World Championships. In 2022, I was awarded the Barcsay Prize. In 2023, I was selected for The Budapester / Budapest 150 project, won the FontFront competition in the P-lettering category, and was shortlisted for the Budapest Illustration Festival in the adult illustration category.