Documentary photographer based in Belgrade, Serbia
Old map of EX Yugoslavia printed in 1984. Photograph made in Trudelj village primary school. Šumadija (Central Serbia). 2013.
Elvir Usailovic at the age of 9 grew up on the street and is a so-called local punk, practicing martial arts in order to become famous. Central Belgrade, 2013.
Maintenance worker at the local skating rink. Pančevo town, near Belgrade 2013.
Marina Marković, Serbian artist. "Third Belgrade" artistic spot on Danube river bank. Belgrade 2011.
Bakery. Central Belgrade. 2012.
Unveiling ceremony of the renovated Avala Tower on April 21, 2010, near Belgrade, Serbia. Work on the restoration of the television transmitter began in 2005. while the transmitter and the surrounding structures were destroyed in NATO’s attacks on Serbia in 1999. The tower was a 202.87 meter (666 ft) tall and has been re-built so that it looks exactly the same as before, being just two meters higher and slightly different color. As of 2001, it is the third tallest building ever destroyed (behind the two World Trade towers).
Viminacium (1st century), October 2013.- One of the most important archeological localities and witness of Roman days in Serbia, lies around 100km south-east from Belgrade and 4 km from the Danube river. It is located next to Kostolac power plant (Kostolac town) and coal mine open pit, second largest coal mine in country. Once it was Roman city, which was robbed and destroyed in the 5th century AD.
The winner of the competition for best media photograph in Southeast Europe, Beta’s Photograph of the Year 2014.
A cattle fair and traditional donkey race is taking place in Sakule village, some 100km northeast of Belgrade. 2009.
Anti-Fascism protest, Belgrade 2008.
Anti-corruption march organized by 99% and Occupy Serbia movement. Central Belgrade. March 2013.
Belgrade (Serbia), June 2012.- Finally they made it, blood free and violence free. Serbian citizens proved that "human being and fish can co-exist peacefully". About 40 members of the LGBT population marked the International Pride Day in Belgrade downtown on Wednesday, 27. June 2012. The participants carried banners and rainbow flags and released balloons in downtown Belgrade. It was also marked by flying the rainbow flag at a building housing the ombudsman's office. The manifestations slogan "Silence will not stop us" pointed to everyday lives of the LGBT population. Belgrade Pride representative Boban Stanković believes that the new Serbian government would, due to its pro-European orientation, be more open toward the LGBT population. Todays manifestation was organized in order to commemorate Stonewall riots when members of the LGBT community stood up to a police raid on June 27-28, 1969 in New York.
A fire that broke out near the Ibar Highway after a gas pipeline explosion on Saturday morning. No injuries in the incident. South district of Belgrade. 30. March 2013.
Parking lot in Central Belgrade. 2013.
Exclusion zone. Novi Beograd 2008.
Umbrella shop. Sarajevo, Bosnia and Hercegovina. January 2013.
Silhouette of a businessman is reflecting in the mirror of the gallery, downtown Belgrade. 2009.
The winner of the competition for best media photograph in Southeast Europe, Beta’s Photograph of the Year 2010.
A wedding dance. Belgrade. 2013.
Zemun quay, Belgrade. Heavy snow covers Serbian capital. February 2012.
Zemun quay, Belgrade. 2013.- Due to unusually high temperatures for the month of January and low-intensity winds, a high concentration of pollutants in the air has been recorded in Zemun municipality, Belgrade. Recent studies showed that sulphur dioxide, even in low concentrations can cause significant problems in the airways of sensitive individuals. Air contamination at this level causes living in Belgrade today like living on 20 cigarettes a day.
Belgrade 2012. The old, abandoned Inex Film building in Belgrade, a defunct company from the nineties, was in really bad condition when a group of young enthusiasts decided to clean it up and make a space for something useful back in 2011. It is now a squat for artists, film projections, free art, free speech and fun for everyone.
Le chef prepares lamb goulash at the “Sheep day” manifestation in Sakule village, Vojvodina, some 80km north of Belgrade, Serbia. 2009.
Drunken man participate “Donkey race” manifestation in Sakule village, Vojvodina, some 80km north of Belgrade. Serbia 2009.
Gernic village (Romania), July 17, 2010,- Generations ago, Czechoslovaks relocated to Banat, which is a province of Romania in the western part of the Transylvanian Alps. This area is located between the Danube and Muresul rivers and is situated more than 1000 km from Prague. The vitality, zest for living and individuality attract our attention, admiration and esteem. In truth, they are living in this forsaken part of Romania as in on a deserted island. Although the number is rather small, they have been keeping up their Czech language, culture and customs. They have also been maintaining their contacts with their native country. Unfortunately, these isolated Czech villages in Romania are lie outside popular tourist routes. The Czech minority in Romania contains six original villages: Gernik, Rovensko, Bigr, Eibenthal, Svata Helena, Sumice. According to the census of population made in 1992 there were-in whole Romania – 5 800 individuals regarding themselves as Czechs. According to the census made in 2002 there were 3 938 individuals.The Czech minority has decreased by more than 30 % in those ten years. Looking for better life, many people have left for the Czech Republic since they joined European Union in 2004. causing severe village vanishing. On picture: Jan Piecec, a local vendor.
Underground level 17, RTB Bor, one of the largest copper mines in Europe. Bor town, East Serbia 2013.
Pedestrian crossing at Ibarska magistrala is notorious for deadly car accidents in this section, south Belgrade district of Vidikovac. In March 2013 "Roads of Serbia", organisation signed contract with Serbian Government to provide eur 370 million for the rehabilitation and reconstruction of roads in the Republic of Serbia in the following four years primarily for the purpose of increasing traffic safety from the World Bank, European Investment Bank (EIB) and European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) loans. The purpose is to reduce the number of fatalities and thus drastically reduce and avoid the consequences of daily crashes on the roads in Serbia. Belgrade. 2013.
Cold winter in Central Serbia. Village of Trudelj. January 2013.
A wedding reception in Dedinje, luxury district of Belgrade. 2010.
The worlds largest exhibition of dinosaurs turned Belgrade look like Jurassic Park. Front of Museum of Contemporary Art. New Belgrade 2011.