Already in those years with him with great love for comics thanks to which grows into a versatile connoisseurs of domestic and international comic book so that he wrote a number of valuable articles, criticisms, and reviews in this area. Very early he started his career in journalism (as a 14-year-old he has been collaborating with Radio Sarajevo).
He wrote about film, comics, visual arts and culture in general in many magazines, weekly and daily newspapers ("Naši dani", "Lica", "Vidici", "Quorum", "Kvadrat", "Patak, Slobodna Dalmacija, Književna revija, Mladina, Start, "Erasmus, "Oslobođenje", "Večernje novine", "Avaz", "Ven", "Sineast", "Fantom slobode", "Dani"...). He was a regular contributor Independent radio "Zid", and in the pre-war period, occasionally collaborated on the Third Program Sarajevo and TV programs Radio Sarajevo.
He died on August 13, 1995 from his wounds - as a civilian victim of one of the many shelling on Sarajevo.
The entire war-time he spent in Sarajevo. After demobilization from the Army of B&H, the magazine "Dani" regulates the culture section. With Semezdin Mehmedinović he launches magazine for the culture of "Phantom of Liberty" ("Fantom slobode") in which he serves as a deputy chief editor. He wrote short stories and scripts for various comics. He left behind a manuscript of two unfinished novels.
While he died at mere 25 years of age, he showed that in a brief period of life a person could achieve something that others may need many decades to achieve. It speaks volumes about his talent which was unfortunately stopped by tragedy during the Bosnian war.
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