Born in Athens in 1980. Studied business administration.
In everyday life, focused on Sports Marketing & Media Production in selected sport events in Greece and Europe. Also, TV Operations Manager for FIBA Media in international basketball tournaments.
Started photography as a hobby in 2014 at Orama Photography Studies. Participated in exhibitions and featured in several publications in Greece. Contributor in “Athens Voice” free press and “Popaganda.gr”. In 2017, won 1st prize in “Public Moments Awards in Greece” in the category of Sports series.
Mainly interested in documentary photography and videos of real stories and people.
The Fight Club
“Τhe professional wrestling is staged”
This phrase was left in my mind by the time that the Greek tv was presenting American giants of professional wrestling and the Greek audience was watching.
For two decades I lost the tracks of this “sport”, as this was buried along with the Decade of the ‘90s.
Twenty-five years after I heard about ZMAK. Some brought the phenomenon of Pro-wrestling and I was tempted to see it live.
Five hours next to the wrestlers/performers were enough to realize that it is shameful to use the word “staged”.
A small professional organisation. Bodybuilders, actors, wrestlers, directors, technicians.
An enviable production with one objective. A lot of pain and unexpected sight. The end of the show, finds others in hospital with broken ribs, concussions, stitches and others in their colleague’s hugs.
They are Opponents only at the time of the special show. After that they become a knit strange family.
I can assure you. The professional wrestling is no longer “staged”.