Milan is Budapest-based photographer, photo-journalist, artist, designer and visual storyteller born 51 years ago in the former Yugoslavia, now in northern Serbia.
As he says, the most intriguing topics are the interaction between nature and human, and the consequences on the environment.
Milan is a National Geographic contributor with 12 published stories in national editions of the magazine. His stories also appeared in BBC Wildlife Magazine, Terra Mater and Maptia, to name a few. His photo essay about Hungarian gray cattle effectively brought the genre of nature photo reporting to Hungary in 2008. He has been president of the Association of Hungarian Nature Photographers called naturArt for 9 years until 2015.
His work has been exhibited widely around the world, and he has won awards in many competitions worldwide.