I am a professional photographer, specializing in the photography of architecture and landscape.
I work for architects, designers, and editorial and commercial clients.
My formal training is in Computer Science, having received an M.Sc. with honors in Software Engineering from the University of York, England. There, I picked up photography as a hobby and, after many years, I am now freelancing out of Berlin, Germany, as an architectural photographer.
In my home country of Greece, I have collaborated with some of the most renowned architectural practices and my images have appeared in all the major print and digital trade publications there.
Since 2014, I work out of Berlin, and I frequently visit the UK, Denmark, and Greece for work. I have photographed many important contemporary works of architecture throughout Europe (e.g. the Danish Maritime Museum, the Szczecin Filharmonia, the Kalvebod Waves, the Moesgaard Museum, and the Saw Swee Hock LSE Student Centre). My photos from these projects have been published in architectural magazines and other printed publications worldwide (including in Abitare, Bauwelt, Condenast Traveler, GEO Saison, the Financial Times, md, Uncube, and Wallpaper*).
My work is received to critical acclaim from architects and magazine editors alike. I place emphasis on the fundamental aspects of each architectural project. I capture strong, clear images, that showcase the design and the formal qualities of buildings, spaces, and places. At the same time, my photos have an artistic touch, which distinguishes my work in the field of architectural photography.
I accept commissions all over Europe. I would be pleased to discuss a collaboration and to photograph your next project. Please do not hesitate to get in touch with me at this email address: email@example.com or by using the form below.
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