Ever since I can remember I was fascinated with photography. When I was around 3 years old, my mother and I were at a party where there was a photographer, and I was determined to get my picture taken. I don’t remember this happening, but it sounds like me! Since then I was very happy to be in front but more behind the camera. Up until my first year at the university my family had an analog camera and I was always unhappy with the limited number of pictures. Then we got a first digital camera and by that time I was in charge of taking family photos. Because I was studying to become a physiotherapist, photography was always my hobby.

Years went by, I got my university degree, moved from Serbia to Sweden, got married and then my husband and I went on our honeymoon in Venice! It was the first time I started thinking about the composition, the light and finally I realized how much photography meant to me! However, I wasn’t in the situation where I could pursue my dream just yet.

The following years I worked at a nursing home while learning Swedish, studied for my Swedish physiotherapist license, got it, and worked in the field for a few years. In the meantime I purchased my first DSLR and from that day taking pictures is the only thing on my mind.

I enjoy the challenge and the dynamics when working with people, especially when it comes to weddings and children. However, my biggest passion is photographing food.