Born in 1976 in Belgrade. He graduated in film directing from the Academy of Dramatic Arts in 2001 in the class of Professor Mišo Radivojević, and received his master’s degree from the FAMU Film Academy in Prague in 2006, in the department of multimedia animation in the class of Professor Petar Skala. In 2013, he received his doctorate from FAMU with the thesis “The value of discarded objects – garbage, as material for film, animation, photography …”. During his studies, he was a scholarship guest student at the University of Europe in Madrid in 2005, as well as at the UDC Academy in Berlin in 2007.
He is one of the founders of the legendary group “Klipani u pudingu”, a passionate collector and patient collage artist, and he was also a contributor to the unique show “Ritam lepog srca” on B92 Radio. He was an active participant and propagandist of the “LO-Fi” festival, which fought for free, cheap and independent film during the 1990s. at the Department of Digital Arts and New Media.
As an author, he has exhibited at numerous exhibitions throughout the region and Europe. He is known for his experimental films and videos, music videos for some of the local bands, collages and art actions. Through direct work with students and young people, he traveled the world holding workshops on trick-animation and creativity in general, and participating in festivals from France, Norway, Italy or Spain, through Macedonia and Estonia to China, Argentina and Burma.
His artistic career gained new momentum in 2013, when together with Vladimir Perić he was the representative of Serbia at the Venice Biennale, with his project Music Diaries, made of short films in which everyday, often family, kitchen situations become amateur musical improvisations.