Christina Chaniotou was born in Athens in 1987 and studied classical philology. She is a self-taught artist specializing in portrait photography using classic film as her primary medium. She has worked as a photographer, theater critic, and writer. Her main area of exploration is how an image reflects human nature. She has written articles in various print and online publications regarding the philosophy of photography, particularly focusing on the portrayal of women as models (Photographos Magazine, Fractal, Bookpress, Pastafloramag, Beautymag etc.). Her photographic work deals with Time and Motion. It’s a conversation between the past and the present. It exists as a constant journey back and forth that surpasses the banal and transcends the classic. Its final destination is Achronia (Greek; Αχρονία <α+χρόνος; the absence of time) and Atopia (Greek; Ατοπία <α+τόπος; the absence of space). An additional goal is to reveal our unique strength. This characteristic representation for each individual serves as a direct projection of one's true self, aiming to inspire and empower the Spirit.