Orestis Seferoglou was born in Athens in 1990.
He has participated in a series of Workshops and Masterclasses by top-class photographers from Greece and abroad, including Anders Petersen, Chris Morris, Davide Monteleone, Stefano De Luigi, Pavlos Fysakis, Kamilo Nollas, in collaboration with the ICP in New York. In 2014, Orestis was selected for the 7-month International Masterclass by VII Photo Agency in Milan. In 2017 he participated in the “Dust Breeding” Culture and Development Laboratory of Photographic Project at the Athens School of Fine Arts (ASFA) by photographers Yorgos Karailias and Yorgos Prinos.

Seferoglou started his career as a staff multimedia photojournalist in Eleftherotypia national daily newspaper and EPSILON magazine. Furthermore his photographs have been published in various greek and international magazines such as Financial Times Magazine, The Good Life, MONOCLE, Die Welt BLAU Magazin, enorm magazine, WOZ, K magazine, BHMAgazino, METRO, Aegean Airlines BLUE, Gastronomos, Athinorama, This Is Athens, Danezis Stores and more. Seferoglou has a long term collaboration with VICE Greece working on news stories and projects. Since 2019 he is photographing cultural productions for Onassis Stegi. Part of his work is focused on photographic projects with international humanitarian organisations such as CARE, SolidarityNow and HumanRights360. 

Seferoglou’s work has been featured in numerous exhibitions, including : Athens Photo Festival, Medphoto Mediterranean Photography Festival, Docfield Barcelona, Menontrenuno Sardinia, Festival Territoires en Images Paris, Kythera Photographic Encounters, The Hunt Museum, TEDxAthens, LSE, King’s College London, Cambridge University CRASSH.

In 2016, he was nominated for the World Press Photo Joop Swart Masterclass. In 2018 he was invited as a speaker at the official TEDx event of the Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences (TEDxPanteionUniversity) to present his work on immigration and racism.

In 2021, his series “Uniformity” was presented in the PERSONAL STRUCTURES - Identities” exhibition during the Venice Art Biennale organised by the European Cultural Center.

In 2021, part of his work “The Red Island” was exhibited during the Topoanthropologies collective exhibition as part of the Thessaloniki Photo Biennale 2021.

From 2021 to 2022, he was the Director of Photography for the feature-length documentary film “Being An Islander” commissioned by the Fitzwilliam Museum of the University of Cambridge, which in 2023 won the Fischer Audience Award in the “Platform” and “ From Screen to Screen" sections at the Thessaloniki International Documentary Festival.

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