Katja Alexiadou is a London based photographer and has been communicating her artistic vision through exhibitions and online for over 7 years. She earned her MA degree from Goldsmiths University of London in 2011, where under the guidance of Arnold Borgerth-Filho and Pasi Valiaho she was given the opportunity to indulge into light composition and forms while imprinting human unconscious behavioral psychosynthesis .
Influenced and inspired by numerous photographers and visual artists, prominent places among whom hold artists like Henri Cartier Bresson, Nan Goldin, Nobuyoshi Araki, Olivier De Sagazan and Alexey Titarenko, she has been working with a wide range of digital, film and instant cameras.
While trying to embody new techniques and perspectives in her visualization of an instance she focuses her research in human psychology and behaviour, bodies in stillness or movement, dreams and the surreal and the flow of time.
She has participated in various group exhibitions in London, Berlin, Athens and Santorini and has worked with numerous photographers, digital artists, documentary and filmmakers, and graphic designers from Europe and the US.