Taking part in this Young Artists’ workshop has been an extremely interesting and tempting experience for me so far. First of all, the title of the workshop is “Romance” and our approach to the subject should have come from the book of Antonio Gramsci: “Prison Notebooks” (I am very happy that I found it and read it) written between 1929 and 1935, when Gramsi was imprisoned by the Italian Fascist regime. Then, the people who are taking part formed a nicely diverse, creative, dynamic and funny team. We ‘ve laughed alot, discussed with each other and interacted perfectly. Areti Leopolou, …
During the exhibition of “Homes Sweet Homes” in Tabya last February, I left a book at the place for the visitors to write their impressions, feelings or thoughts about what they had just seen. When I am down, or feel insecure about what I am doing, this little book really cheers me up! Thank you all for your comments!
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.