Athens, Kentrikos Tomeas Athinon, Greece
Nikos Pilos is an award-winning photojournalist currently based in Athens, Greece. He has traveled extensively to document war, natural disasters, poverty, socioeconomic struggle and cultural shifts.
Since his first assignment in Lebanon in 1988, he has covered major historical events such as the overthrow of Nicolae Ceausescu in Romania, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, the wars in the former Yugoslavia war, the war in Iraq, where he spent 100 days without being embedded. For the past years, he has been mainly covering the Greek and the Cypriot crisis, as well as Istanbul uprisings and
the refugee crisis.
His photos have been published by outlets including The New York Times, TIME, Newsweek, Stern.
2017 - World Press photo 2017, 2017 - Fotovisura Grand 2014, 2016 - Px3, 2016 - MIFA, 2016, 2016 - VISUAL LEADER 2016 , 2016 - IPA 2016, 2016 - POYi, 2016 - Visura Photojournalism grant, 2016 - POYi, 2015 - Px3 , 2014 - Px3 , 2014 - NPPA
- Audio capture
- Breaking news
- Video capture