Chloris was a nymph in Greek mythology. She was associated with spring, flowers and new growth and believed to have dwelt in the Elysian Fields. She was abducted by Zephyrus, the god of the west wind, who transformed her into a deity known as Flora, after they were married. Together, they had a son, named Karpos (which is the greek word for fruit). … Click to read morechloris

Αφίσες και καρτ-ποστάλ από την “αθέατη Θεσσαλονίκη”

Από τότε που ολοκληρώθηκε η σειρά “αθέατη Θεσσαλονίκη”, ήθελα να διευρύνω την γκάμα εκτυπώσεων που διαθέτω, πέρα από τις εκτυπώσεις σε περιορισμένα αντίτυπα. Έτσι, με χαρά ανακοινώνω πως πλέον όλες οι φωτογραφίες της σειράς είναι διαθέσιμες σαν αφίσες, αλλά και σαν σετ καρτ-ποστάλ που περιλαμβάνει … Click to read moreΑφίσες και καρτ-ποστάλ από την “αθέατη Θεσσαλονίκη”

Happy new year!

I wish you all a happy new year, filled with inspiration, imagination and creativity! 

lake Koroneia

I first tried to photograph this lake a few years ago. I knew it had completely dried out and I wanted to capture the size of this catastrophe. Since I didn’t know exactly how to get there, I headed to the village of Agios Vasileios, … Click to read morelake Koroneia

byzantine watermills

Just a 5 minute car ride from my house, lies one of Thessaloniki’s treasures that few people even know about. It is the archeological park of byzantine watermills in the area of Polichni. In the past people would come here for small getaways, as the … Click to read morebyzantine watermills