Born in Athens, Anastasia (Natassa) Karakatsani lives in Volos (Greece) and works in the University of Thessaly. She has studied economics in Law School of Athens University and photography in Michigan State University/Dept. of Art, Art History and Design. She is undergraduate in Hellenic Open University/School of Humanities, Department of Studies in European Civilization and she also attends academic courses on Cinema, Photography, Psychology, and History of Arts in international universities. Delving into photography and writing, she is a founding member of OramaPhotos group and of the Book Centre "KEVIMASY", member of the Greek Semiotic Society, a collaborator of Laboratory of Speech and Culture of University of Thessaly and editor in 'fmag' photography magazine. She is also coordinator/lecturer of the University of Thessaly Students Photography Group and Coursera Mentor in Photography Specialization of Michigan State University. Articles of her have been published in the Greek press. Her research for Greek photographer Dimitris Letsios was included in the book "Faces of Anakasia, Volos" (Iolkos pubs., 2013). Her work has been exhibited in three solo exhibitions and published in Greek and European magazines. She is interested in portraiture and the various ways that people interact with the depiction of the self.