Mr. Fisnik Dobreci was born in Pristina, Kosovo. He began his photography career in 2005 at the daily newspaper “Express” where he worked until 2010. In 2006, “Ojo de Pez”, a Spanish documentary magazine, was tasked with a special issue about Kosovo, under the supervision of editor, Mr. Andrew Testa. Using his project, “Being Roma”, Mr. Dobreci expressed himself with a series of work portraying daily lives of Kosovo Romas. As a freelance photographer, he contributed to “The Guardian” and the “Associated Press”. In 2009, during an international photography competition in Pristina, Mr. Dobreci was awarded the top “Gjon Mili” award. Last year, he participated in the multimedia workshop in Latvia, organized by the Latvian International School of Photography. In 2015, along with 15 other participants from across the former Yugoslavian region, he was took part in the “Noor Images” masterclass of photography documentary in Belgrade, Serbia. He is currently a freelance photographer based in a small coastal town of Ulcinj, Montenegro. His main interests are social and economic issues between Montenegro and Kosovo.