Louiza Vradi is freelance photographer based in Athens, Greece.
She studied painting and visual arts before focusing on photography and photojournalism.
She is interested in documentary photography as well as photography as art and photography and art as activism.
Besides photography she has worked volunteerly with non profit organisations as an art teacher for people with mental disabilities.
Her work focuses on human migration, the Greek society, youth culture and in general the effects of politics in lives of millions of people.
She is available for assignments and commissions pretty much everywhere.
- Breaking news
- Still life
Mourning and blood best characterize the ecstatic celebration of Ashura, which marks the climax of the Remembrance of Muharramand for Shia Muslims.A popular saying has it that "a single tear shed for Husayn washes away a hundred sins."
A Roma boy walks in front of Montecristo, a big dance club in Corfu, where he works on a daily basis from May to September selling fluorescnt bracelets.
Roma community in Greece
Pakita is 13 years old. Every night she sells flowers and bracelets, mostly to drunk tourists, from 8 pm to 4 am at bars and dance clubs in Corfu. During the high season she makes 50-100 euro. All the money that she makes go straight to her parents, which, according to her, save the money in order to give them back to her as a dowry when she gets married.