For the last fifteen years I have been working as an independent documentary filmmaker, TV journalist, camera operator, editor and coach. I directed and co-directed several awarded creative documentaries and promotional films that were screened on more than 50 festivals worldwide, Croatian and Belgian national and local televisions. Originally from Croatia, I am currently working in Brussels on different film and audio-visual projects for Belgian TV and BBC Studioworks as well as audio-visual and film trainer and mentor for different film schools. I had an opportunity to film documentaries and videos in an international environment such as in Nepal, Argentina, Ghana, Eritrea, Guinea, Senegal, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Georgia and all around Europe. Most of my work is concentrated on social, environmental and development topics as well as audio-visual portrait storytelling, documentary filmmaking and music videos. At the moment I am working on two documentaries; “Where have all the smiles gone”, about Nepalese migrant workers and “Khadia” about female genital mutilation. In addition, I have been a film selector at FIFB (Festival International du film de Bruxelles) and a guest lecturer at different universities, conferences and festivals. I graduated from the Faculty of Political science in Zagreb, department TV journalism and public relations and I have a master degree both in audio-visual and film production as well as in audio-visual and film directing from French universities Paul Valery III in Montpellier and ESAV (Ecole supérieure d’audiovisuel) in Toulouse.