Marko Risovic is a documentary photographer based in Belgrade. After working for several years in traditional photojournalism outlets, he became a freelancer in 2010. Since then, he has concentrated on long-term projects about youth, social (in)justice, and distribution of power in the Balkans. Marko is interested in intimate narratives about vulnerable social groups and individuals that reflect a wider social discourse.
Marko was chosen as one of the participants in the World Press Photo Masterclass for young photographers from Southeastern Europe in 2010. He has been a regular contributor to National Geographic Serbia magazine since 2009, and a contributing photographer to The New York Times since 2015. Marko is founder of the Serbian photo collective Kamerades and a member of The Association of Serbian Applied Artists and Designers (ULUPUDS). He is currently studying part-time for an MA in the Photojournalism and Documentary Photography at the University of the Arts in London.