DOMINIK GÓRNY – press, TV and radio journalist, PR expert, image consultant, coach, compère, poet, composer, lecturer. He has experience of more than 15 years in the media, over 11 years in announcing, over 9 years in advising and PR, and over 13 years in working for Polish culture.

He conducted and published more than 90 interviews with leading representatives of culture, politics and business from all over Europe. Moreover, he authored nearly 800 media articles, such as informational, promotional, journalistic and critical.

He authored seven books, including "Poem about my Chopin" that was recognized as one of the most important events of the Chopin Year in the world. He serves as secretary on the editorial board of the book titled "Ignacy Jan Paderewski. Monument and work "with a foreword by the President of Poland. Co-author of the "Encyclopedia of the Greater Poland Uprising of 1918-1919".

Co-author of the song "Labor Omnia Vincit" - Hymn of Hipolit Cegielski Society (orchestral and choral premiere in 2018). Creator of the Anthem of the Center for Vocational and Continuing Education in Złotów associating 10 educational institutions titled "At the Center of the Wisdom of Life". 

His works can be read in 16 languages in over 50 anthologies, albums and other publications.

His poems are quoted on theater scenes, in radio broadcasts and in librettos of multimedia shows. Member of the "Golden Hipolit" Chapter.

He is the creator of literary translation of Sting songs from the album titled "Symphonicities".

He composed music for nearly 60 songs with also his lyrics (written for “Delicate” and “Anno Domini” music bands, the latter created by him in duet with Anna Hetmańska). He co-created song within Anno Domini band for the 1050th anniversary of the Baptism of Poland titled "Baptism of Poland 966" that in just under four weeks since its launch had gained over half a million hits on YouTube and the song itself was called "hit of the Internet".

He participates in seminars for composers led by an Oscar winner, Jan A.P. Kaczmarek.

In 2019, he was invited as a lector for the presentation of Joseph Haydn's work entitled "Seven Last Words of the Savior on the Cross".

He chairs juries of national competitions and plebiscites in fashion, photography, business and literature. He is co-founder and presenter of the first in Greater Poland Voivodship civic Pro Bono Publico Television called "In Praise of Intelligence". Currently, he runs a program titled "Business Art" on the web TV called

Founding member of the Hipolit Cegielski Polish Business Club.  

He is founder of the Hipolit Cegielski monumet (unveiled in 2009) and founder of the construction of the Ignacy Jan Paderewski monument in Poznan (2015).

One of the founders of the world development Peace Project "Eternal Love" by Wojciech Siudmak, under the honorary patronage of Polish National Commission for UNESCO.   

He has won many awards and honors such as inter alia: Bronze Cross of Merit given by the President of Poland (2017); badge of honor "Distinguished for Polish Culture" from Minister of Culture and National Heritage (2016);Honorary Badge "Faithful of Tradition" (2019); Knight's Cross of the Royal Order of St. Stanislaus Bishop And Martyr (2015); Knight's Cross of the Order of St. Stanislaus (2016); Medal of the Young Positivist FROM Hipolit Cegielski Society; the Second Prize of 29. International Poetry November for the Best Poetic Book of the Year (2006); Certificate from the Minister of the Economy "on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of Polish transformation, in recognition of active promotion of the idea of the entrepreneurial spirit, and of commitment and contribution to the development of the Polish economy" (2015); Badge "Friend of Child" (2016); Journalists Goat 2016 in the Civic Journalist category; Gold Medal of the Polish Academy of Fashion (2015).

Important people spoke positively of Dominik Górny’s artistic, social and media activity: Barbara Wachowicz, Krystyna Konecka, Nikos Chadzinikolau, Bronisław Komorowski, Prof. Jerzy Buzek, Dr. Andrzej Byrt, Tadeusz Różewicz, John Carpenter, Prof. John Honey, Wiesław Ochman, Jacek Cygan, Grzegorz Turnau, Michał Bajor, Jan Kanty Pawluśkiewicz, Leopold Kozłowski, Stefan Jurkowski, Bishop Joseph Zawitkowski, Józef Cardinal Glemp (former Primate of Poland), Zenon Cardinal Grocholewski, Rev. Jan Twardowski, Jose Carreras, Włodek Pawlik, Princess Ingrid Detter de Frankopan (a member of the British Royal Family), Prince vol Cristobal Colon (a straight descendant of Christopher Columbus).