“I love the fact I can shoot both high quality video and shoot photography with a compact system. Panasonic’s LUMIX products give me the freedom to focus on the story I want to tell in whatever format needed.”
Since the year 2000, Daimon Xanthopoulos has dedicated himself to documenting stories he believes need to be told. Photography is a unique way to communicate because it’s not bound by language, and this allows him to focus on social issues, injustice and human rights, as well as the plight of people, especially children, in the aftermath of conflict. The photos can be disturbing, bearing witness, often eliciting an emotional response, but at the same time they can be artistically beautiful. “In my work,” he explains, “I always try to combine these elements and so connect people to the themes I visualize.” Daimon Xanthopoulos work is published worldwide by newspapers and magazines and exhibited at cultural festivals and museums and have received a number of international awards over the years for both his photography and for his more recent films created as a documentary film director.
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