About Marko Dimitrijevic
Marko Dimitrijevic is a Swiss photographer and entrepreneur. He has as spent most of his life photographing the beauty of the world and documenting the lives of endless species. Marko taught himself photography in the field during and following his education. As a teenager, he would spend hours capturing images of the creatures inhabiting his backyard as well as the landscapes and people that made his surroundings. Over the years, he’s gravitated towards nature photography focusing his lens and his time on endangered wildlife, marine species, and ecosystems.
By looking at Marko’s images, one can immediately notice his sensitivity and respect towards his subjects. His fascination for the behavior and habitat of wildlife species has made him travel to remote locations to follow them closely both below and above water. Some of his most iconic images have been shot in Antarctica, the Bahamas, the Canadian Artic, the Dominican Republic, French Polynesia, Iceland, India, the Galapagos Islands, Mozambique, Tanzania, Vanuatu, among many others. Spending countless hours watching wildlife movements, their habits, their souls with patience and resilience he awaits that moment of communion in which timeless photographs are made.
Marko is honored to have his photography awarded by or published in numerous magazines including The Sunday Times, Travel + Leisure, Ocean Geographic, Digital Foto, Alert Diver, American Photo, Islands, IPA International Photography Awards, Photopro, Seacam, Showboats International, and Nature’s Best Photography.
Besides being a photographer, Marko is an entrepreneur, author, and public speaker. He wrote Frontier Investor: How to Prosper in the Next Emerging Markets Michael Spence, Nobel Prize Winner in Economics, hailed the book as “brilliant” and “a tour de force”. Marko has been featured in Time, The Economist, Financial Times, Forbes, Bloomberg, Reuters, Wall Street Journal and Washington Post.
Marko holds degrees from the Université de Lausanne (Switzerland) and from Stanford University. He has traveled to more than 110 countries, shaping both his business and photography styles. Marko has noted that there’s a symmetry in his two passions: good pictures, like good investments, don’t happen with luck but require many hours of diligence, analysis, and grueling work. With a driven business acumen, and with an artistic sensibility that has been described as eclectic, Marko continues to set himself apart as a renaissance man.
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