Citius, Altius, Fortius

Inspired by the story of Notis who lost his leg after a car accident, I created a series of photos by following him for a day in the swimming pool during his fitness program. Notis is a member of the Greek national wheelchair basketball team.

This series of photos was created as a trigger for a greater visibility for the Paralympic athletes as they give number of other “fights” with much greater authenticity in a more challenging and greater substance in the world of sports. Under difficult circumstances, athletes often make more effort than some Olympics practitioners, although Paralympic games do not enjoy the same visibility as the Olympic Games, therefore I believe that Paralympics athletes deserve more view.

I am more than happy to announce that part of my photos have chosen by the PH21 Gallery in Budapest to be exhibited in the group exhibition “Stories” which is going to be held from 11th April to 4th May. Furthermore one of my photos have been awarded with Honourable mention among 35 photographers.

Participation in the 4th Antiparos International Photo

I am happy to announce that ten photos of the project “Never Ending Summer” are going to be exhibited to the 4th Antiparos International Photo Festival. The Antiparos International Photo Festival is probably the smallest international photography festival in the world. It’s been operated on the tiny but beautiful Greek island of Antiparos since 2013 and it had hosted plenty of well-​known professional photographers but also local photographers, with a special focus on young, up-​and-​coming talent. The festival is going to be held from 2 July till 11 July 2016 in the medieval castle of Antiparos.

Should a stay or should i go ?

Find out more @ http ://antiparosphotofestival.com/