After an eight year career in marketing Voula left the corporate world to pursue her passion for photography, travel, and people. she now travels the world, capturing street life through her camera and iphone lens.
“street photography satisfies my desire to photograph people, my love for city life and my intrigue into how and where citizens worldwide live, how they go about their daily rituals and how they interact with each other in the public space. i capture a city’s human side and emotional state. it’s a visceral experience and one that i can relate to and express. the street is life.”
Voula’s work has been published in numerous online and print publications and is regularly displayed in exhibits. She is a proud Canadian and Greek citizen who calls Toronto home but her bags are always packed ready to jet. She feels fortunate to be living her dream and strives to inspire others to live theirs.
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one of my favorite things about street photography is capturing peoples glances (βλέμμα). we can be so unaware at times at how our preconceptions and judgements are instinctively displayed through our facial expressionsRead more
Syntagma Square (πλατεία Συντάγματος), August 2011 - a marked bench screaming out “no comment” during a time where comments are most rampant. Thousands of protesters shut down the streets of athens daily to “comment” on the current crisis in greece and against strict austerity measures; pretty much everyone, young and old has a comment or two or plenty these days.Read more
"The best of America drifts to Paris. The American in Paris is the best American." - F. Scott Fitzgerald
I captured this image with my iPhone on the last night of a recent trip to Paris. It was a Sunday night. My friend and I were at our favorite neighborhood bar, La Belle Hortense in Le Marais; a small charming space surrounded by book-filled shelves, local art, colorful people, conversation and champagne.Read more
Boy do boys ever start flirting young in Rome. Don’t get me wrong, I am not complaining; I am a gemini and flirt is in my DNA. An average day is made magical with some innocent reciprocal flirting.Read more
On a recent trip to Paris I visited Café de Flore with my dear friend Shannon as she had never been there before. As we were being seated, I noticed, two tables away, several familiar men conversing over warm beverages. I had captured these men doing much of the same in this picture I shot when at Café de Flore months prior.Read more