Born in Dubrovnik, Croatia. Lived in Paris in the late Sixties, was active with Lemaitre and Isou in the Lettrist Group as a painter, poet and filmmaker. Moved to New York in the early Seventies. Was a contributing photographer for Warhol’s Interview Magazine. His works are in the Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh, the Warhol Foundation, and Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation in NY. His first one man photography show in 1971, Gotham Book Mart, NY. Created and directed the first Underground Cable TV show on Manhattan Cable in 1973. The show was controversial and censored. He was an early pioneer of Cable TV. In 1972 shows his video work at the Kitchen, New York. In 1975 German TV presents one hour of his video works. In 1977/78 invents and builds an electric painting machine, an early predecessor of ink-jet technology. In 1979 Tony Shafrazi shows his Electric Paintings. Was an early pioneer of digital art. In 1978 starts publishing Night Magazine. Was an early pioneer in underground publishing. In 2006 had a video retrospective at the Anthology Film Archives in NY. His photographs, paintings and videos are shown and published worldwide.