I consider photography as the medium that allows my passion to run free through my interaction with people, even through sheer silence. I love meeting new people, learning from them and see the sights of their lives.
I believe we all have an inner superhero itching to be let out. Photography can reveal that hero and unleash a well-hidden story of feelings in a moment.
It is not just a shot, it is communication in several levels. It is the way to see behind the lens. Photography does not “capture” a moment, it captures moments from the past until the time you are there to reveal a story and to share it.
After all, photography is a way to share your feelings for a moment which now belong to your memory.
In 2013 I had my first photo exhibition in Cacogiannis Institute Greece named “GIVE + TAKE love, hope, light, smile”, conveying the value of “no borders charity”, in which I expressed my volunteerism concerns after my participation in a mission in Vietnam.
In 2014, I moved to Myanmar where I got inspired of the people I met and I started my first personal photo project “From Myanmar… with Love”. This 60 day project, conducted in 4 cities and consisted of 100 answers in the question: “What is the meaning of Love?”. It was officially presented at a charity photo exhibition in Yangon, and was presented in X- Edition Florence Biennale 2015, winning the 1st Gold Award in the category of video art.
In 2015, my country had to face difficult political and economical issues. I felt the need to ease the situation and I made #GRummer promoting Greek Summer.