Balancing between commercial and cinematic photography, our main goal is not to represent reality, rather than exceed it in ways never have been expected.
Our work is defined by emphasis in detail along with advanced lighting techniques. During shootings we try to transform even the most mundane things into forms of art, to create an imaginary concept and reveal inner emotions.
For us every image is an opportunity to tell a story that has never been told before, a new one, an authentic one.
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Greek photographer Nick Kontostavlakis is no stranger to recognition for his work. Over the years, he has won more than 20 international awards and had work exhibited in prestigious galleries.
Although his background is in engineering, he attended lectures at the “Focus school of Art Photography” in Athens.
Aggeliki studied Management and Business Administration in Piraeus University of Greece. Since 2013, she works as a producer and financial director for Anima Vision, a media company based in Zakynthos, Greece.
Antonis Kitsikis spent most of his life in Athens, later on he went to England where he studied at the University for the Creative Arts Farnham (UCA) and graduated in 2016.
He loves film, not because of the Film that is produced particularly but because of the process of the production of a film. While making a film you learn a lot about the world and about yourself.