I was born in 1985 in Varaždin, Croatia.From early age I was interested in visual arts.
I had several group and individual photo exhibitions in Croatia and abroad.
In 2008 I graduated on Faculty of Political science in Zagreb, department TV journalism
and public relations. After graduating I was working in Argentina, Belgium and France as
a lecturer and coordinator assistant on audiovisual European projects.
I have a master degree both in audiovisual and film production as well as in audiovisual
and film directing from French universities Paul Valery III in Montpellier and ESAV
(Ecole supérieure d'audiovisuel) in Toulouse.
Last five years I am working as a freelance TV journalist, filmmaker, photographer, camera
operator as well as a lecturer on film workshops for children. I directed and co-directed
several short creative documentaries and promotional films. Documentary film „Where have all the smiles gone“ is my most ambitious project which puts into focus modern slavery and migrants from Nepal. I am currently working in Brussels on different audiovisual projects for, BBC, ICF Mostra, J.Walter Thompson and Bruzz international as a journalist, editor and video director as well as a selector of long feature films on Festival International du Film de Bruxelles. I fluently speak English, Spanish and French language and I have good working proficiency in German and Dutch language.