My favourite thing is to cover war and breaking news stories.
My earliest memory of photography is my 12th birthday, when my father gave me an old Canon camera.
I started to shoot photos with the camera my dad had given me. Later on, photography became my passion. When I began to work for a local newspaper, I improved my skills further.
My first assignment came during the Bosnian war, when I decided to shoot a story about the conflict. I told my editor about my idea and after making some arrangements I contacted a humanitarian organisation and went to Bosnia with them. I learnt that war is not what it looks like from the outside.
That first assignment during the Bosnian war left a big mark on me because I was inexperienced and didn’t know what to do.
Humanitarian stories excite me the most because they allow me to make people’s voices heard.
I shoot pictures for an audience who has an interest in events that take place far away, and who wants to learn about the people involved.
I respect my father. He always listens and tries to understand me.
I have learnt to stay calm, no matter what.