I grew up on a ranch where from a young age I observed the behaviour of animals in nature. As a little boy my parents, both of them avid mountaineers and active hikers, took me with them to the mountains and together we conquered many a high summit. When I was 13 years old, I tried myself in rock climbing, and already at 15 I completed my first 300-meter-high ascent up Mala Mojstrovka (2332 m), a route called Severni raz.
After that I took a 10-year break from the harsh world of the mountains, until a friend of mine convinced me to accompany her on a winter journey to the summit of Raduha (2062 m). I could not be more grateful to her. We caught the last brilliant glimpses of the sunset and that wonderful, breath-taking feeling engulfed me once again. The view was absolutely magnificent and at that moment I learned my passion in life: photography. But even the greatest of pictures cannot inspire the indescribable moment of reaching the top of the mountain. Thus I spent every possible day in the mountains and devoted myself to nature photography.
In addition to hiking, I also tried myself in water diving, where I acquired an official open water diver and advanced open water licence. Among other things, I helped organize the Kauwgombal 1500 rally tour, where I now act as the team's official photographer.
At the end of 2018, I completed my first winter ascent of Triglav (2864 m) and spent my New Year's Eve on top of Slovenia's highest peak! My friend and me managed to climb to the despite harsh weather conditions and welcomed the new year next to the Triglav's Aljaž Tower. We were the last people to climb Triglav in 2018 and the first in 2019 to hail Slovenia from its top. What a magnificent experience! I wish to share this feeling with others! At that point I realized, I had to turn my life around. I joined my friends in photographing weddings, filming music videos, recording festival revelries, and much more. Due to an ever increasing demand for our work, I decided to quit my job and start a new career. And so I thought, why not try mountain photo tours? Before I knew it, this idea became my reality.