She works at Ljubljana University Incubator where she is responsible for social media and website management, organization of events, program planning, coordination of activities, preparation of promotional material and promotion of events. She communicates and coordinates activities with contractors, participants and is responsible for data collection and subsequent analysis. She ensures smooth communication, operation of programs, promotion of events and manages all associated activities.

She has acquired experiences in graphic design, marketing and technical skills during the study, through work, projects and as apprentice at the Centre of Culture Španski borci and institution EN-KNAP Productions. She attained knowledge of user experience improvements over the years of work on Telekom Slovenija.

She has a Master’s Degree in graphic engineering at the Faculty of Natural Sciences and Engineering, majoring in Graphic and Interactive Communication. Master’s thesis>>







Some of the most interesting little things …


3Coffee breaks, cab rides, green rooms.

“Real growth often happens outside of where we intend it to, in the interstitial spaces—what Dr. Seuss calls “the waiting place.” Hans Ulrich Obrist once organized a science and art conference with all of the infrastructure of a conference—the parties, chats, lunches, airport arrivals—but with no actual conference. Apparently it was hugely successful and spawned many ongoing collaborations.”

(Bruce Mau: An Incomplete Manifesto for Growth)



4Paul Arden: On Photography

“I used to commission a lot of photography. Consequently people were keen to show me their work. 99% of the portfolios I saw were of a very high standard. 98% of these cases contained pictures I had seen before. Obviously not the same subject or composition, but I had a general feeling that I was not seeing anything new. I was bored, they didn’t have a point of view. If they did, it was that the viewer of the pictures (me) should like their work.

Very occasionally, I saw the work of someone who did have a point of view, whose work was like no one else’s. These were often difficult people, almost unemployable because you couldn’t tell them what to do.

Sometimes it went wrong.

Sometimes it didn’t.

When it didn’t go wrong, it more than made up for the times it did.”



Why choose me?

I DON’T WANT just to work, I want to put an effort, I want to be the best, I want do explore, to research, to break apart, put together, I want to be amazing, I want to beat all the others to it, to try and try and try again, stay awake all night until the job is done, to breathe and eat my projects, and most of all I LOVE graphic design and everything with it.