I am a freelance photographer working for multiple national media on news stories and long-term feature stories, based in Kranj, Slovenia.
I have a BA in English and Journalism from the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia.
- worked on long-term projects for National Geographic Slovenia
- worked for National Geographic Traveler Slovenia
- regular contributor to National geographic Junior (Slovenia)
- photographer/editor at Dax Photo
- photographer/journalist at Fishing Association of Slovenia
- Winner of Slovenia Press Photo 2011 (overall + two categories)
- Winner of Nature Images Awards 2011 (2nd and 3rd in conservation stories + Terre Sauvage grant)
Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia, is hosting the third international Tattoo Convention for all the fans of tattoos, piercing, body painting and everything related.
The FIS Ski Jumping World Cup finals in Planica ended with Jurij Tepeš of Slovenia winning the last competition of the season. Gregor Schlierenzauer (AUT) won Ski Flying World Cup as well as overall Ski Jumping World Cup. Norway won the Nations Cup.
In the second day of the FIS ski jumping world cup finals in Planica, Slovenia's Jurij Tepes, Peter Prevc, Andraz Pograjc and Robert Kranjec won gold ahead of Norway and Austria.
An estimated 20,000 people gathered in Ljubljana to protest against the government demanding its resignation, but using culture, performances, music as their tools. The protest came just hours after government supporters gathered in the same square.
Around nine thousand government supporters gathered in Congress square in Slovenia's capital to defend their leaders from corruption allegations by undermining procedures and investigators, as voice their own accusations against the opposition.
Roughly 2,000 people gathered in front of the municipality building in Maribor, Slovenia's second largest town, to demand the resignation of the city council by symbolically sweeping them out of the building.
The annual winter street arts festival Ana Mraz (Ana Cold) in the Slovenian capital will run until December 30, presenting artists from Slovenia, Great Britain, Australia and the USA. This day of the festival was all about fire.
Artists staged a protest called Protestival in Ljubljana as an alternative to the national Independence Day celebration attended by the political elite. Some were wearing a zombie makeup referring to a recent political statement by the ruling party.