Sturis, known for his multifaceted journalism career spanning over a decade, has joined POLITICO Europe with a wealth of experience in quality news reporting across various mediums. His journey through the realm of journalism includes stints in print, radio, television, and online media. Notably, Sturis has contributed his expertise to respected publications such as Gazeta Wyborcza, Duży Format, Polityka, and Pismo, where he operated as a freelance print journalist for over twelve years.
A highlight of Sturis’ prolific career is his role as the Chief Foreign Reporter and Host of the weekly program “Alternatywne fakty” at Radio TOK FM, where he provided insightful coverage of international affairs for nearly nine years. His journalistic prowess earned him recognition as an author of award-winning non-fiction books, each offering unique insights into compelling narratives. Notable works include “Greece. Bitter Oranges,” a collection of non-fiction stories delving into modern Greece and its identity, and “Lords of Fear,” a powerful exposé on systemic child abuse in various children’s homes on the island of Jersey, co-authored with Ewa Winnicka.
Sturis is also celebrated for his podcasting ventures, co-creating and authoring two bestselling and award-winning podcasts, “Głosy” and “Czarny Romans,” under the Audioteka platform. His multimedia skills and dedication to storytelling extend further to authoring a series of non-fiction books that explore intriguing subjects such as the experiences of Polish immigrants on the Isle of Man, the resettlement of Greek refugees in Poland following the Greek civil war, and true crime investigations.