Born on 6 May 1964 in Kraków.
Member of ZPAF since 8 November 2015.
He graduated in English Philology from the Jagiellonian University.From his early youth, he has specialised in landscape photography, which until recently he treated as a very personal way of commuting with Nature, reluctantly presenting his works to wider audiences. After years of being fascinated with traditional black and white photography, in recent years he has mainly focused on colour digital photography. Wojnarowski treats landscape studies as a form of introspection and self-discovery. He is also dedicated to architecture and portrait photography. His major solo shows include The Carpathian Impressions (2009), The Tatra Reminiscences (2010), Tatra’s Roadless Tracks (2012), Between the Monk and Satan. The Tatra Chiaroscuro (2015). In 2012, he co-published with the poet Michał Jagiełło a poetry and photography book entitled The Tatras. A Concerto for Two.