Where are you currently located / living?
Age / how long have you been involved with photography?
38. I’ve been shooting photos since 2004.
What type of cameras do you shoot with?
Skater: Dino Sertovic with a 360 flip
Favourite photography accessory other than your camera?
Flashes and radio triggers.
If you had to choose one lens which one would it be and why?
Fisheye, you are close to the action, yet the complete scene is in the frame.
What makes a skate photograph original and unique: basically what is your idea of a good photo?
Every trick and skate spot requires the right angle and right moment. If either of those is missing then it’s a bad skate photo.
Name the first photographer that comes to your mind and why?
Jaka Babnik from Slovenia. He is the first skate photographer that I saw at work back in the 90′s and the first who taught me something about skate photography.
Skater: Dino Sertovic – melon air
What do you feel is the most challenging thing about skateboard photography?
Capturing the right moment. Some tricks have one or two right moments to look great in the photo.
Any references you may have (past and present photogrpahy work) and/or your relation to skateboarding.
I worked / am working with the biggest shops in Croatia and with almost all printed/web skate/snow/surf magazines in the region. I’ve been skateboarding since 1989.
Skater: Dino Coce – varial heel
Skater: Dino Tartaro – nollie flip
Skater: Erva G – backside tailslide
Skater: Mario Ivanjko – flip
Skater: Mario Kopecki – noseslide
Skater: Marko Loncarevic – drop
Skater: Marko Maras – frontside slide
Skater: Tomislav Sanic – flip