Born in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Nađa Berberović-Dizdarević started experimenting with analogue and digital photography at the age of eighteen. After graduating History of Art and Comparative Literature and obtaining a Master’s Degree in Visual Arts, she decided to pursue a career in academia and museology.
In the meantime, she continued working as a freelance photographer on various commercial and personal projects ranging from beauty to fashion and editorial photography. Nađa enjoys creating glamourous images of women and is inspired by their feminine grace, strength and beauty. Her work was published in numerous international print and digital magazines, including Vogue Italia.
Today, a full-time mom, wife, and museum director, she still loves to create vivid imagery through collaboration with other creative individuals – stylists, fashion and set designers and make-up artists. Her clients include Kérastase, Max Factor, L’Oréal, Bourjois, Oriflame, Farmasi, Gloria, Nuelis, Jeordies, Granoff, The Pretty Dress Company, Top Vintage Boutique, Kaftan studio, DM Drogerie Markt, Daniel Wellington, Chotronette, Irregular Choice, and many more.