I am Croatian born, with a very unrest spirit that longs for new places to see and new people to meet. By my eighteenth year I have lived in three different towns, and all of them have left a profound mark on my unsettled character. Each town has influenced the way I perceive and feel my surroundings. I could describe myself as a drift wood carried by the waters, or a leaf floating on the wind. So are the motifs that I portray in my photographs; glimpses of what I have seen along my life stroll.
There is not any particular photographic category or genre I would place my photography into, because there are simply too many motifs that catch my eye.
My photographic decisions change depending on the lighting, atmosphere, and my own mood.
In a way, I can get pulled in by the most unremarkable thing and turn it into a self-sufficient entity, giving it a new life, so that the photograph becomes living organism with body and soul.
I strive to capture the motif emphasising the light and balanced composition in a photograph that becomes a world of its own, portraying a bare naked vision of the world that surrounds us.
I do not tend to digitally manipulate my photographs. One, because I feel that whoever takes photographs should work with the camera and the light and conditions nature places before them. Secondly, because if it is digitally manipulated it is no longer photography.
If there are any questions you may have, or you have any inquiry about a photograph, feel free to contact me by e-mail.