the answer

“The answer” is the last music album by the greek rock band 2L8, which was just released. A couple weeks ago K. and I set out to plan a photoshoot for the album’s cover. He took me to see some abandoned industrial buildings just outside … Click to read morethe answer

the encounter

The time has come! I present to you the final image of the “foundation” series! Like all the other pictures in the series, it is a self portrait, also featuring one of my clones. This is the first time I shot myself and the backgrounδ … Click to read morethe encounter

dichotomy

I have been working on completing the “foundation” series, that I started almost two years ago. It feels importatnt to me to close this chapter and move on to different things. There is one more picture that I want to make and then the series will … Click to read moredichotomy

hamadryad

A hamadryad (/hæməˈdraɪ.æd/; Greek: Ἁμαδρυάδες, Hamadryádes) is a Greek mythological being that lives in trees. They are a particular type of dryad, which are a particular type of nymph. Hamadryads are born bonded to a certain tree. Some believe that hamadryads are the actual tree, … Click to read morehamadryad

escapology

Escapology is the practice of escaping from restraints or other traps. I chose this as the title for my most recent addition to the “foundation” series. It’s been too long since I made a picture for this series! I have decided that I want to … Click to read moreescapology

the mill

The Kythera series is slowly (and painfully) coming to an end. The same day I was exploring the bridge of Katouni, I set to discover a way to reach an old english school I had read about, the school of Milapidea. After locating it from … Click to read morethe mill

the bridge

I finally decided to complete my series from Kythera, where I traveled last September! The bridge in Katouni, Kythera, was built during the island’s British domination and it’s the largest stone bridge ever built in Greece, with a length of 110m, height 15m and width … Click to read morethe bridge

one hundred years

It has been a while! Well, over a month actually! I’ve been focusing on my master’s thesis a lot, and I am trying to force myself not to think about photography, because I don’t have the time for it, but it is hard not to! … Click to read moreone hundred years