I am a Serbian photographer with a diverse portfolio that spans documentary photography, street shots, portraits, and performing arts, with a special emphasis on capturing the passionate world of flamenco dance. My journey as a photographer has taken me across the globe, allowing me to live and work in culturally rich locales such as Cuba, Morocco, Argentina, and Laos, among others. This exposure to a myriad of cultures and visual landscapes has profoundly influenced my artistic vision. Through my lens, I strive to capture the essence of people’s lives, their emotions, connections, and unique stories.

I honed my craft at Studio Shenkin and Centro San Martin in Buenos Aires, where I immersed myself in the study of photography, developing a keen eye for detail and a deep appreciation for the art of storytelling through images.


My work has been showcased in various exhibitions over the years:

  • In 2010, I participated in a collective exhibition with an open theme at CC San Martin in Buenos Aires.
  • In 2012, I held a solo exhibition titled “Amerika Latina” at Foto-video klub Vojvodine in Novi Sad and Dom omladine in Kladovo, Serbia. This series focused on the vibrant and diverse cultures of South America.
  • In 2014, my street photography series from Cuba was featured in an exhibition at the wellness center of Ralph Gerdes in Baden Baden, Germany.
  • In 2020 my series on Milongas in Buenos Aires was exhibited in Petit Patio, Marseille
  • In 2023, I had a photo show in Maison des associations, Marseille with my series ” Living in Buenos Aires”


Photographers Who Inspire Me

I draw immense inspiration from several renowned photographers. Steve McCurry’s work is a perpetual source of fascination for me; his compositions, storytelling, and use of color are simply captivating. Ansel Adams, with his exquisite black-and-white landscapes and mastery of tones and contrasts, has left an indelible mark on my photographic memory. I also greatly admire the works of Robert Capa, Josef Koudelka, Henri Cartier-Bresson, and Sebastiao Salgado. Each of these artists has contributed uniquely to the world of photography, and their works continue to inspire and influence my own.

In my free time, I enjoy listening to “The Candid Frame” podcast. The insightful conversations with contemporary photographers provide a wealth of knowledge about their journeys and creative processes, offering endless learning opportunities and inspiration.