Born in Egion (Achaia, Greece) in 1980. He started photographing in 2000.
2018: Participation with solo exhibition in PHOTON Festival, Valencia, Spain.
2017: Participation in the exhibition ‘Atlanticas Collectivas’ in Tenerife, organized by Photonoviembre Festival.
2016: Participation in the exhibition ‘Parallel Voices’ in Ioannina, organized by Photometria Festival.
2010: Participation in the exhibition ‘Young Greek Photographers’ in Athens, organized by the Athens Photo Festival.
2007: Participation in the exhibition Greece Today in Frankfurt, organized by the European Central Bank in Frankfurt.
2008: Participation in the PhB08 through European Central Bank’s exhibition
The Greek province is a place where the peculiarity of the landscape negotiates with the needs and desires of people. This happens under the influence of a steady and slow rhythm, which differs from the urban one. In this context, the meaning of inaccessible becomes almost synonym with the meaning of familiar, the isolation becomes personal freedom, the intervention in nature is transformed to cultural identity, while the change of seasons acts as the hands of an eternal clock that abolishes the linearity of time and place.
This project aims to investigate the human-geography diversity of Greek province, having Peloponnese as a reference point.