'Since childhood I've been surrounded by deaf people from which I've absorbed the uniqueness of communication by images.
One day, in January '17, I stumbled into a picture of a multitude of men covered with heavy blankets, lined up under a snowstorm waiting for their food ration. It made me shiver, it was an image that until then I associated with a remote era, probably the darkest human chapter: the holocaust. I so felt the urge to better understand what was going on and see with my own eyes what until then I had been shown and told by third parties. I took my camera and left for Belgrade almost unconsciously developing my first photo serie 'ghosts in town'.
From that day I feel the need to keep “snooping around" and, through the objectivity of images, hopefully awaken not only my conscience