Lefteris Paraskevaidis (1980) was born and raised in Thessaloniki. He lives and works in Athens as a professional photographer (shooting events, concerts, theatre and portraits). He also studies History of European Culture at the Hellenic Open University. Apart from his commissioned work, he develops personal photographic projects. In his work he focuses on the notion of identity and stereotypes and he also explores different aspects and conditions of everyday life and the behavior of the individual in the public realm. His work has been presented in solo and group exhibitions in Greece (solo exhibitions: Renowned Cities/2006, Urban Chromoforms/2013, Dark Village/2014, Rapid Eye Movement/2017). His photographic projects have been presented at international photo festivals such as Thessaloniki Photobiennale 2021, Antiparos International Photo Festival (AIPF), Art and Culture vs Xenophobia (A+CvsX), and published at various international online photography magazines and platforms such as www.the-provinces.com, www.photowerkberlin.com, magazine.landscapestories.net, www.postcardsfromhome.eu, www.fstopmagazine.com, ffotogallery.org, www.privatephotoreview.com, www.newlandscapephotography.com