He was a professor and rector of the Collegium Nobilium. After moving to Warsaw, he became a teacher of mathematics and measuring, and then rector (1799–1801) of Collegium Nobilium. In 1777 he went to Vienna for supplementary studies.
In 1786 Zaborowski published the textbook Jeometria praktyczna (Polish for Practical geometry), where he described methods of geodesic measurement. The book was awarded the Merentibus by Stanisław August Poniatowski. Zaborowski was an author of Logarytmy dlá szkół narodowych (Polish for Logarithms for national schools) written by order of Commission of National Education and published in 1787.
He also wrote Tablice matematyczne (Polish for Mathematical tables) which was published in 1797. He translated Fulgenty Obermajer's Arytmetyka praktyczna kieszonkowa. He started working on the book Geometria wiejska, an agriculture measurement textbook, but it has not been finished.
Zaborowski died on January 10, 1803(1803-01-10) (aged 48) in Warsaw.