Seferoglou started his career as a staff multimedia photojournalist in Eleftherotypia national daily newspaper and EPSILON magazine. Furthermore his photographs have been published in various greek and international magazines. He is also collaborating on photographic projects with international humanitarian organisations such as CARE, SolidarityNow and HumanRights360. Seferoglou’s work has been featured in numerous exhibitions, including : Athens Photo Festival, Medphoto Mediterranean Photography Festival, Docfield Barcelona, Menontrenuno Sardinia, Festival Territoires en Images Paris, Kythera Photographic Encounters, The Hunt Museum, TEDxAthens, LSE, King’s College London.
During the 1960s, two major workers' housing projects started in the region of Viotia in central Greece, both linked to large-scale mining and industrial productions. The “Aspra Spitia” town (translated as “White Houses”) for alluminium-based production in the Southwest and Kokkino and Neo Kokkino villages (translate as “Red” and “New Red”) for nickel-based production in the Northeast. These two separate examples of industrial organization are not generally found in mainland Greece. With this ongoing project I want to document how life and landscape are connected to and affected by heavy industrial production in these two different areas.