a passionate photographer. I am capturing some of the best moments of my life. I love travelling and exploring beautiful nature.
You say you love rain, but you use an umbrella to walk under it. You say you love sun, but you seek shelter when it is shining. You say you love wind, but when it comes you close your windows. So that's why I'm scared when you say you love me. Great words by Bob Marley, the greatest inspiration for all sorts of creative thoughts.
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Creative, cool, and committed to her craft, Greek Australian Eirini Aligiannis fell in love with photography as a young girl playing with her mum's camera. Her passion for art and cinematography is evident in all that she does, from her nature and black and white stills to her recent documentary, the poignant Louis (KR.ONE) Gasparro, a project that touched her heart, made us think about the concept of art as intended forever, and has been winning awards including honourable mentions in the Hollywood Independent Film-makers Awards and Queen Palm Independent Film Festival. Her captivating photography has featured in exhibitions and publications all around the world, and she is a sought after speaker on the topics of film-making and street art.
By GINA MAMOUZELOS
Prior to what's happened with Harvey Weinstein, women weren't as respected in the film industry as they are now. We need to try to get more women on-set, especially behind the camera. Females should stick together and get this happening. When I was working on crew for a feature film, I remember there were only two women (myself included) in the camera crew. It is sad we have to fight to be recognised, but we need to speak up and make them realise we are capable.
By GABRIELLE MARYSE
© 2018 Australian Cinematographers Society
Here's an invite to the show—feel free to share with your friends:
Your work will be on view for seven weeks, stop by anytime until September 10th to see your work in the exhibition!
We're thrilled to have you as a part of the show. Your hard work is done, you've made great art. Now we are going to get busy producing this massive show.
Congrats! Your work is going to be displayed in Times Square! The show is this Thursday, July 24th from 8-9pm!
Here's your images that are going to be featured:
The billboards are located at 46th St. and Broadway in the heart of NYC.
We'll be photographing the show, in case you can't make it. We're also working on sending everyone exactly what time their work will be shown, but we haven't finished that yet.
Such incredible work deserves to be seen, congrats again!
Thanks for making the #SeeMeTakeover possible, we can't wait!
Dear Eirini Alligiannis
Thanks again for sharing your work for consideration for The Exposure Award. It's an honor to have your work included in one of the largest global celebrations of photography!
In the next few hours, we will be publicly announcing the winners of The Exposure Award. In the meantime, you can preview all of the winners here : see.me/exposureaward
In the next few weeks you will be receiving a Thank You Package for participating in The Exposure Award. You will also receive a letter of recognition for participation in the Digital Display at the Louvre on July 13!
Be sure to stay tuned for live updates from Paris! We will be documenting the private reception through Instagram and Facebook.
At this moment, our team is busy producing books that will show your work alongside other Exposure Award participants as well as the event itself.
Thanks again for being a part of The Exposure Award, we are honored to include you and looking forward to sharing your work in Paris and beyond!
SeeMe Director of Community
Greetings from See.Me (formerly Artists Wanted)!
I have some exciting news. We have selected your work to be a part of a special international exhibition we are producing this summer titled "The Story of the Creative".
This seven week exhibition will celebrate and display the works of pro level See.Me members from around the world, and your work has been selected to be shown!
You are invited to exhibit up to three images of your work within the newly installed digital exhibition room of our New York City gallery. The show opens on Thursday, July 25h and will run through the Tuesday September 10th.
Thanks! We are excited to exhibit your work!
It is an incredible honor to have your work included in this exhibition. This document is your official letter of recognition for inclusion in The Story of the Creative.
Your work was on view at the gala opening at the Angel Orensanz Foundation for the Arts at 172 Norfolk Street, New York City, NY 10002, on Thursday, July 25th, 2013. Your work continued to be exhibited at the See Exhibition Space, at 26-19 Jackson Avenue, Long Island City, NY 11101 from July 29th through September 10th, 2013.
Without question, the act of creation has always been a historical marker; a civilization's culture is judged first and foremost by the art left behind. Just as archaeologists offer hypotheses about ancient societies based on cave paintings, historians of the future will base their conjectures about us on the contemporary art, fashion and music that is happening at this very moment. Creators around the world—a vital force for social change, technological advancement, and innovative thought—have evolved dramatically over the past decade. The digital age is molding the creative landscape before our eyes.
The work showcased in The Story of the Creative speaks to the diversity of voices so crucial to our international cultural dialogue.
Your work has been selected to join an international collection of talent that speak to this vital story.
Thank you for sharing your talent with us and with the world.
William Etundi Jr.
26-19 Jackson Ave.,
Long Island City,