Born on 10th of June 1978 in Slavonski Brod, Croatia. She graduated Dramaturgy at the Academy of Drama Arts in Zagreb in 2005 and was awarded an MA in Screenwriting from London Film School in 2007. She writes plays and screenplays.

Author of several plays including: Neighbourhood Upside Down (2002.); An Instant-Powder Family (2003.); When We Dead Slay Each Other (2004.); This bed is too short or just fragments (2004.); Kolbaba and Telegrammy (2005.); Fuck it, how many of us are there! (2008.); Javier (part of Zagreb pentagram project, 2009.)…

Her plays have been performed in Croatia, Austria, Germany, Slovenia, Macedonia and Bosnia and Herzegovina. They have been stage read in Berlin (Theatertreffen festival), London (Soho theatre), Paris and New York (Playwright's Week festival).

She was awarded Golden Laughter Award for the best text at the festival Days of Satire in Zagreb in 2003. (for Neighbourhood Upside Down) and in 2005. (forWhen We Dead Slay Each Other). For her play This bed is too short or just fragments she was awarded Marul for the best text at the Festival of Croatian dramaDays Of Marulic in 2007.

Author of radio plays and radio documentaries presented at international festivals in Berlin, Milan and Zagreb. For her radio-documentary The one who doesn’t die, is not human she was awarded special mention of the jury at Prix Italia in Milan.

Her plays have been published in magazines, one anthology and as a book: Neighbourhood Upside Down and This bed is too short or just fragments.

Her plays are translated in English, German, French, Czech, Macedonian and Slovenian.

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