Vogue, In Style, Flaunt, Esquire, and many other magazine editorials around the world have worked with him in various and versatile projects. In 2007, The National Ballet of Cuba opened the doors and allowed him to work on one of his most ‘dancing’ and passionate project.
The photography exhibitions, ‘’Tattoo’’, ‘’Bodies and Behaviours’’, ‘’Under Exposed’’, ‘’Love and Strife = Cosmic Cycle’’, ‘’Cuban Ballet and Boxing’’ have been welcomed in New York, Athens, and Auckland.
Creating images is moving and powerful. Technical mastery is just the start. Visionary creativity, revolutionary spirit, and profound empathy fire the restless eye and trigger the click for signing a work that plays with and around symbols, human values, ideas, ideals, and bitter-sweet realities.
A ticket to Buenos Aires got off the ground a new stormy passion: The ‘’objects of value’’. An explorative and revealing project for people beyond destiny and poverty who work strenuously to protect our planet and remove the shocking rubbish of their fellow humans. Survival and hope, human struggle and joy, living with little and living with love. All true facts witnessed and captured by the lenses. Recorded in the unending world and temporarily placed in ‘our life’ file.
‘’It feels that in Buenos Aires I felt so close to the zenith of a profound empathy and an awakening approach to an inspirational, determined duo: photography and humanism’’, Spiros says.