Being born in Athens, Greece is perhaps one of the reasons Taki was fascinated at an early age with light and colours. After completing university studies in Communication and Sociology in Canada, he began to travel.

He has evolved a cinematic photographic feel into both the still and moving image, providing timeless images for his fashion and beauty clients, as well as the music industry. His first major film "The Still Point" has been awarded best film in three international festivals. HIs model's body language reflect sensual simplicity and elegance, which leads to a vision whose signature is simply, the memorable image.

Taki's iconic photographs have been published in many influential magazines around the world. His editorial clients include Vogue Hommes International, Numero, Vanity Fair, Mixte, Italian Marie Claire, L'Official and French to name a few. He has exhibited his works in London, Paris, Germany and Spain.


Dec 2015 - Musee Basque de Bayonne
July 2010 - Musee de Guethary
July 2009 - Escape Gallery Bordeaux 
May 2009 - Woah Gallery Lima 
June 2008 - Woah Gallery Frankfurt 
March 2006 - Dulap Galery Laussane 
Sept 2005 - "Summer Exhibition" - Carpender Gallery London 
Sept 2004 - "Red Death" - Centre Georges Pompidou Paris 
Dec 2003 - "Heteroclito"- photographies - Gallery Alain Le Gailard Paris 
June 2003 - "Assamblage d'Images" - photographies et videos - Musee de Guethary 
June 2000 - "Glow in the Dark" - photographies - Gallery Thierry Marlat Paris  

"The Still Point", which premiered in Santa Barbara, has won "Best Surf Film" for 2011 at both Byron Bay International festival and  Ventura Film Festival. The second feature film " David not Me" is in production. The Still Point has it's own site at  . A short, We're Rich,  was premiered at Cannes in 2014. More Film info at Pixi Fish Films


Vogue Japan (Japanese)
7 sky magazine
Marie Claire (Italian)
The Surfers Journal (French)
Sante Yoga (French)

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                                           Edition prints can be purchased through Picturerama

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