Milisav Mio Vesović
Mio Vesović was born on the 24th of March, 1953, in Gornja Dobrinja. He studied under Nikola Tanhofer and graduated with a degree in Cinematography from the Academy for Theater, Film and Television. Since 1976, Vesović has been a newspaper and magazine photographer. He worked for Studentski List, Polet, Pitanje, Quorum, Svijet, Start, Globus, Glorija, Fokus and many other weekly and daily publications. He founded the artistic studio MO (Mekano Okidanje, or Soft Shooting) in 1979 together with Ivan Posavec. Vesović and Posavec photographed and designed 150 covers for the magazine "Danas". As a still photographer, Vesović worked with the following film directors: Rajko Grlić ("In the Jaws of Life", 1984), Veljko Bulajić ("The Promised Land", 1985), Zoran Tadić ("Dreaming the Rose", 1986). He received a credit for Special Photographic Effects on Dušan Makavejev's "Manifesto" (1987).
Vesović's works of photography are part of the following collections: the Museum of Modern Art, the Museum of Arts and Crafts, and the Modern Gallery in Zagreb; and Split's Art Gallery.