She cooperated with Agnieszka Glińska (Three Sisters by A. Chekhov, After Rain by S. Belbel, Powszechny Theatre in Warsaw; The 2nd of May by A. Saramonowicz, Narodowy Theatre in Warsaw; Summer in Nohant by J. Iwaszkiewicz, TV Theatre), Joanna Szczepkowska (Chernobyl Prayer by S. Alexievich, Studio Theatre in Warsaw), Marcin Hycnar (Polish Mother Terrorist by K. Wasilewska, Polonia Theatre; Romeo and Juliet, Juliusz Słowacki Theatre in Krakow). She created musical settings for such films as Sweet Rush and Afterimages. directed by A. Wajda, Egoists by M. Treliński, Testosterone, Ladies directed by T. Konecki and A. Saramonowicz, Life Feels Good by M. Pieprzyca, Warsaw by Night by Natalia Koryncka-Gruz, Photographer by W. Krzystek, The Art of Love by M. Sadowska and many TV series, including: Days of Honour, Bodo, The War Girls, Belle Epoque and many others.
In 2013 she founded Verge Sound, a company providing comprehensive musical consultation, and in particular selecting music to various projects (films, serials, commercials and events), dealing with music copyright clearance, organisation of recording and finding musicians for film sets, and supporting young artists. Verge Sound released four records of independent artists, and a series of workshops on copyright in cooperation with experts. The workshops are addressed to young artists and enjoy great popularity.
In 2016 she set up a foundation with the mission to promote music.