He graduated from the School of Applied Arts in Šabac and the Faculty of Applied Arts in Belgrade in the study program Applied Sculpting in 2012. Defended his Master’ thesis Sculpture in an Urban Environment at the Faculty of Applied Arts in Belgrade in the study program Applied Sculpting. After finishing primary school in 2004, he won the first prize at the Arts, Science and Culture exhibition in Sava Centar and was granted a solo exhibition in the Cultural Center Šabac in the same year.

After this exhibition, his sculptures were displayed both nationally and internationally. He participated in a portrait exhibition in Šabac, winning the first prize. He also participated at the International Biennale of Miniature Art in Gornji Milanovac. The following year, he travelled to Florence as part of a student exchange program, participating in the portrait exhibition Outside Project. In 2012, he took part in the project “10 od mermera” (10 Made of Marble) held at the plaza in front of the Faculty of Philosophy, contributing a large-format sculpture in stone.

The sculpture would later be permanently exhibited in the main office of the Nelt company in Dobanovci. This sculpture is one of six large-format sculptures exhibited in public spaces of three countries and five cities. His sculptures in stone and wood were later displayed in the Museum of Applied Arts in Belgrade, City Museum of Novi Sad, Faculty of Fine Arts Gallery in Belgrade, Master Exhibition in Belgrade Youth Center, architecture exhibition at the Museum of the Yugoslav Film Archive in Belgrade.

His first experience in education involves two primary schools where he worked as an art teacher and a secondary school where he also worked as an art teacher and a teacher of the vocational subject esthetic modeling. He held a series of lectures at the Faculty of Architecture in Belgrade in the Parametric Modeling course. He was a member of the evaluation committee that supervised the entrance exam in sculpting in the School of Applied Arts in Šabac.