About me

I was born in former Yugoslavia, left Zagreb for London where I finished my theatre training and started a freelance career as a performer, director, movement director and tutor.
I embarked on theatre-making inspired by the mentorship of Adrian Howells in 2012. 
The work I started to create often looked at the moments of standing on the precipice.
My work is greatly informed by memory, grief and silent rage.
I’ve been working collaboratively, either independently or through Notnow Collective which I co-founded with Kristina Gavran. 
During pandemic time my curiosity shifted towards exploring digital and accidental spaces. I got excited by the disruption.
I am a co-founder of Migrants in Theatre, a Resident Creative of Leicester Curve and a PhD researcher at University of Birmingham.
I dream.


Get in touch to enquire about performances/projects or discuss ideas and collaborations.
I am juggling a few plates, so please allow 3-5 days for my response.
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