Vuk Jevremovic was born in 1959 in Frankfurt on Main (Germany), but his spent his childhood in former Yugoslavia. Following the family tradition, he studied Architecture at The Technical University Belgrade and graduated in 1984. After spending some time in the navy as a diver, he decided to dedicate his life to art: painting and drawing. He started exhibiting in 1986 and during the following years he was considered a promising young artist in former Yugoslavia. He decided to move to Munich in 1991 where he studied at the academy of Fine Arts with professor Gerhard Berger. Later, he graduated as master student with professor Joseph Kosuth, 2002.
His inclusion into the animation world was due to a casual encounter with one renowned animator, Nedeljko Dragic, from Zagreb. He joined the animation course Dragic was giving and fell in love forever with the moving image. His first animation was based on a cheetah in motion, The Wind Subsides. That first film was shown all over the world, and it won 2 Grand Prix and 17 Awards. The next film, inspired by a R.M. Rilke's poem, Panther, was also successful. It won 15 international awards and came into final balloting for the Oscar award (1998) as best animation short.
Since then, his life has been linked to animation and he has continued to create short films: Diary (2000) Oscar qualified, Faces (2002), Quercus, (2003), The Wheel Turns (2005), Close Your Eyes and Do Not Breathe (2006), Lux (2007) and Patience of the Memory (2009) Oscar qualified.
Vuk was a member of Festival-Juries in Madrid (Spain), Jena, Regensburg, Dresden (Germany), Belgrade (Serbia), Krok (Russia) and Talinn (Estonia). He also done some animation workshops in different countries like: Spain, Portugal, Tunisia, Estonia, Colombia and Lebanon.