Born in Priština in 1979. After 3 years in 14th Belgrade High School, he continued his high school education in USA where he received a high school diploma of Lawrence High School. In 2004 he graduated at the University of Belgrade - Faculty of Architecture as one of the best students in his generation, who has received numerous scholarships. During his studies he explores commercial, residential and other types of buildings, attended various elective courses and specialist seminars including seminar on energy efficiency. In 2008 he found an architectural studio “Folic Architects” as a partner and chief architect. Mr Folić is author and co-author of various architectural and urban design projects, including a number of business and commercial buildings. The most important are "Green Hill Dedinje" apartment complex of 11,000 m2 in Belgrade, production-business facility "EuroBravo" in Belgrade, preliminary design for the Ho Chi Minh Tower of 65 floors and 120,000 m2 in Saigon, Vietnam. In June 2014 he was elected for the Director of Urban Planning of the City of Belgrade and in April 2015 he has initiated “Project IME: Identity Mobility Environment of the City of Belgrade” as a strategic and umbrella project that aims to improve the quality of life in Belgrade. He speaks English, Spanish, French, Russian and Portuguese.