My involvement in nature protection started with studies in biology at Zagreb University, where I finished my master’s in ecology and nature protection in 2012. My early studies focused on mammal ecology through participation in small mammal inventory and jackal distribution research. I have worked at Association Biom for the last five years where I am focused on invasive mammal species in Croatia, endemic rodent species Dinaric Snow Vole, carnivore ecology and conservation. I am involved in the educational activities of our Association and management of projects focused on nature protection; I practice Open Standards for the practice of conservation as a CCnet coach. I live in the town Sinj in the Dalmatian Hinterland of Croatia, where I enjoy the beautiful environment with my partner Ivan and son Marko.