As a native of Belgrade, Serbia, Boogie began photographing on the street during the Civil War of the 90s, recording the degradation of his home country. Without mentors or photographic references, he developed a unique style and straightforward sense of composition. Moving to New York in 1998, he began to photograph the city, and became known for his photographic sense of humor regarding some of the city's grittiest neighborhoods. Carrying his camera everywhere, Boogie has published five monographs, and has exhibited his work around the world. His book, It’s all good, is a gripping exposé of life in Bushwick, Bed-Sty and Queensbridge, and the first of four published works. Boogie currently lives in Brooklyn.