– member of the Board of Directors
He was born in Belgrade in 1961. He finished secondary school for librarianship.
He gained his rich journalistic experience in the oldest Serbian daily Politika in the period from 1984 to 1989, then in Borba until 1992, after which he moved to weekly Vreme. In Vreme, as in Borba, he followed the political situation and was a reporter from the battlefields in Croatia, Slovenia and Bosnia. At the invitation of Slavko Ćuruvija, in 1996 he moved to Dnevni Telegraf, where he headed the editorial office, and together with Dragan Bujošević and Ćuruvija, he worked on starting Evropljanin. After Ćuruvija’s murder, he left journalism.
On BK television, after the October 5, 2000 changes, he worked as a news program editor. In 2001, he founded Olaf & McAteer PR agency with his partner Srđan Đurić.
He is the author of the novels ‘Nothing’ and ‘A Short History of Life in a Dead City’ published in Stubovi kulture. He is the co-author of the bestseller ’October 5 – A 24-Hour Coup’ with Dragan Bujošević, the main and responsible person of Politika, published by the Media Center.
He is a consultant at International communications partners.