I’m from Slovenia, a small and beautiful country in the heart of Europe. I became interested in photography in 2012 during my studies at the Medical faculty in Ljubljana and so my first major photographic project was connected to a humanitarian-medical expedition to Madagascar in 2013. I took my Nikon D5100 everywhere with me, but it turned out I was a little to enthusiastic and somehow managed to destroy the camera a month before our departure home. Later that year I began to photograph weddings and in 2014 I joined a group of photographers doing the 365 project. It was tough, but I learned a lot.
In 2015 I found myself in a team of volunteers going to Bolivia. This time around I didn’t break my camera. In fact, I came home with both cameras, one digital and also a film camera (F100). Whilst on the airplane, I watched a documentary about Sebastiao Salgado – The Salt of the Earth – and totally fell under the spell of black and white photography. Now I’m developing B&W film rolls in my apartment. At the end of the year I went with my girlfriend to Turkey and took with me only a bunch of Kodak Ektar and Ilford Delta rolls. I left my D750 at home and I think it was the right thing to do. I like new challenges.
So, there you have it. I like both the digital and analog technologies and I love to travel and learn about different cultures. To learn about and to accept all the kinds of different people is to become a better person.
I’m on a journey through life. Travel with me.
Central Medical Library, Madagascar, Jan. 2015 –
Ljubljana University Medical Centre, Bolivia, November and December 2016
Festival Bivak III, Hostel Celica, India, October 2016
Medical Faculty, Bolivia, March 2016
Gimnazija Želimlje, Bolivia, October 2015
Festival Stična mladih, Madagascar, September 2014
SMC Rakovnik, Madagascar, March and April 2014
Sodražica Primary School, Madagascar, December 2013