Born in Banja Luka (Bosnia) in 1980. He studied at the Academy of Fine Arts of Florence. Due to the Yugoslavian War, as a child he left his own country and settled with his family in Italy. Even before moving to Florence to continue his academic studies, while still very young, he had already received recognition and exemplary acknowledgments of esteem. The most important Fairs then consolidated an exceptional interest in his work. Berber had 4 solo shows and 5 group exhibitions of his work in London since he first moved in 2013. He also completed two hand-drawn animations that won the attention of BBC, InsideArt and Vimeo Staff Picks among others. In summer 2015 he was invited to Bosnia and Herzegovina by N. Delić and A.Dupanović for a series of solo exhibitions at the City Gallery Bihać, the National Gallery of Bosnia and Herzegovina in Sarajevo and the G & M Gallery in Tuzla. At the end of 2015 begins to work with the prestigious Albemarle Gallery in Mayfair.
At the beginning of 2016 he published with Admir Lješčanin “Fairy tale about the Moon” for the “DUGA CENTER”, Kulen Vakuf. A humanitarian project that provides shelter for children in Bosnia and Herzegovina. In summer 2017 he is back to Florence for a solo show, TOXIC CADMIUM, at the Aria Art Gallery, curated by Antonio Budetta. He lives and works in London.