Few days ago, I had the chance to make a workshop with a photographer whose work I admire, Eva Voutsaki. The workshop was about making a photo-book (a dummy) from the early stage of collecting and editing photos, to the final stage of designing and finding ways to publish it. These were 3 days full of inspiration, imagination, fantasy, having nice talks and fun with all the people there. I am really glad I did it and feel full of photographic energy!
fmag.gr, the web magazine/fanzine focused on greek photography published a portfolio and an interview of me about my first steps on photography, influences,the choices I make, my opinion about contests & exhibitions and many more.
“Film Noir”, a weekly magazine for culture in Thessaloniki at Issue Nr. 97, published an interview of me about “Homes Sweet Homes” and photography in general.
Rejected.gr was at the opening of the exhibition of “Homes Sweet Homes” in Tabya and presented an excellent photo-reportage of the exhibition as well as an interview of me. (Click on the photo to read it)
I am very happy to exhibit my photographic series “Homes Sweet Homes” in this beautiful place – Tabya – in Thessaloniki. Opening: Tuesday 3-2-2015 at 20:00. Until: Tuesday 17-2-2-15. See you there!
My photographic series “Homes Sweet Homes”, which was awarded at the 12th Kythera Photographic Encounters, is being exhibited at “follow your art” gallery, in Kapsali, Kythera. You may have a look at some backstage shooting from the preparation, as well as during the day of the opening.
An article I wrote about one of the photographers I admire, Nan Goldin. You can read it here.
I was really happy (and surprised!) to win the Young Greek Photographers Award at the 12th Kythera Photographic Encounters (October 2013) for my series “Homes Sweet Homes”. You can read more here.
Another American photographer who took some great pictures of his family in the sixties, is Emmet Gowin. You can read an article I wrote about his work here.
During my work as a civil engineer at the construction of Thessaloniki Metro, arose skonipetreslaspi, an ongoing project with pictures of sites, workers, details and traces of the project.