Born in 1971 in Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina. He completed High Military and Technical School (radio-relay devices) in Zagreb. Until 1995, he worked as technician for industrial and entertainment electronics.
In 1997, he worked with Simon Glinn (currently a program manager in Royal Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool, UK) as a "shadow stage manager" at Glastonbury Festival with the following bands: Massive Attack, Fun-Da-Mental, Lamb, Youssou'N'Dour, David Byrne and others.
In 2000, he spent one month in Great Britain in a study visit to concert halls accompanying Tim Roberts, Head of Education Department in UK Production Services Association and Chris Hannam, Head of Security and Work Protection Department in the music and entertainment industry of UK PSA.
In 2002, he attended advanced acoustics course for sound technicians organized by Sound Foundation in Reading, Great Britain. During the following 6 years, he organized over 100 concerts in Travnik of bands from all around the world.
In 2007, he worked as a sound technician for a German band Harmful and Billy Gould from Faith No More on their 15-day tour across Europe.
In 2010, he started organizing and performing series of workshops for bands, technicians and music events' organizers on the territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia, in which he is also enrolled today, and in 2011 he published the book "Handbook for Bands" and "Live Sound Production".