Some of you might think it comes easy on us photographers, but the truth is – if you want to be any good at it, just like at anything else you might be doing for a living – you have to keep on pushing. Day in – day out, doing your very best and putting yourself into it. All the time. At some point your focus blurs, but your taste rarely fails. It keeps you on your toes while testing the limits of your creativity. Anyone can take a camera and shoot, but it takes a while to narrow the gap between your taste and your work. I don’t feel like I’m there and I probably never will, but I realized that, if you’re on the right path, every now and then a spotlight comes along. Not for you, but for your work. And all of a sudden you feel immensely proud and grateful at the same time. Because that road you’re on, this wonderful journey, seems to have no destination. And you don’t really need one. Today my work received the recognition of an institution that followed me through all these years. One that I admire for making the best tools to meet my creative needs.
And it never fails.
This is also a big recognition for wedding photography in general, which has often been neglected or disrespected. Thank you Nikon for trusting me as your first ambassador in Croatia. You brought me back in focus once again. This could not see the light of day without the tremendous effort and help of Fototeh group representatives, a Nikon distrubutor for Croatia. Huge thank you is also due to all my friends, clients and colleagues (mainly Vedran, Tomislav and Petar – they’ll know why) who followed and helped me through the years. I’m grateful beyond words to my family and the love of my life. They were an amazing support every step of the way. Last, but not least – thanks to all of you for loving what I do and how I do it. I’m a very lucky guy. Now it’s time to pop some bubbles and get this ambassador tipsy!
This gallery will take you through the adventures I’ve been lucky to share through these short years. I hope you’ll enjoy looking at them as much as I did shooting them. Here’s to the lucky ones: