Katerina Kaloudi is a greek photographer born in Athens in 1962.
She received her BA in Mathematics and Art from Hamilton College in NY State, and her MFA from the Royal College of Art in London, with the price of excellence.
She returned to Greece and travelled in the country, motivated by her work in social documentary photography and by her love for the sea, nature and the greek culture. She also photographed the life of the greek gypsies for the book “Gypsy Women”(1991) and travelled abroad in Europe, India, Africa, Indonisia and South America, while working for greek magazines.
In parallel, she has been commissioned to photograph different themes for leading industries and companies in Greece. Her images are published in corporate reports and some of her work is permanently exhibited in the corporate buildings.
In 2007, influenced by the change in photography due to digital evolution, her interest shifted more to fine art photography versus social documentary.
She has had several one-woman shows in Greece and abroad and numerous participations in group shows, while works from the series “Reflections and Mental Landscapes” of the cycladic rock formations, were selected to be exposed together with the ancient Cycladic Idols in the “Nautilus” exhibition in Brussels.
Kaloudi’s works belong to private collections worldwide and to the Photography Museum in Thessaloniki.