George Digalakis is an accomplished photographer, specializing in Fine Art photography and exploring the shades of black and white. He was born and raised in Athens, Greece. A medical doctor by profession, he still lives and works in Athens. It was only in 2009 that he found the necessary free time to study photography seriously and became acquainted with classic and contemporary photography.

Born in a country with more than 1000 islands, he developed a close relationship with the sea, and he feels that this connection is the driving force behind his love for seascapes. Water can be found in most of his works, but never as their central theme. Rather, he uses the water and the sky as a canvas on which he places his subjects.

George rarely tries to capture the moment and finds that by ignoring reality he can best convey his inner vision and underlying emotions. Subjects that convey feelings of loneliness, isolation, and melancholy are his preferred themes, with bare trees in the water, old piers, and interesting rocks being recurring themes in his work. He sees the use of black and white as a step away from reality, and with the use of the long exposure technique, he introduces the sense of passing time by eliminating the details from the background, thus highlighting his subjects.

Minimalism, both as an art movement and as a philosophy of life, has influenced his work. The influence from minimalist photographers, such as Michael Kenna can be seen clearly in his seascapes.

George had three solo exhibitions in Ioannina, Athens, and Thessaloniki and has participated in numerous group exhibitions around the world. His work has been recognized in Greece, winning the prestigious "Hermes" Award of the Hellenic Photographic Society and in many international competitions, such as Px3, Sony World Photography Award, Siena Awards, APOY, Minimalist Photography Awards, FAPA, SITTP. He has been published in various magazines and sites, including LEMAG magazine, FEM,, Digital Camera, Shot Magazine, Blur Magazine, Dodho Magazine, Yatzer, My Modern Met.

In 2021 he has been awarded the title “Photographer of the Year” at Visions International Photo Awards, Toulouse, France.

In 2020 George was one of the 6 photographers included in the documentary series “Hunters of Eternity” for the Greek television.


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