Alexia is a documentary photographer and researcher following single topics or stories in-depth over time.  Her current areas of interest include issues of ‘memory and transmission’ with emphasis on how memories of events are transmitted from one generation to the other, ‘photography and trauma’ and the ways traumatic memory can be visually represented, ‘identity and loss’ with focus on the impact of family albums on the construction of one’s identity. Her portfolio includes projects exploring the relationship between the memory, senses and movement.  ‘After_Before’, a short-length documentary that deals with the issues of memories and experiences of three generations of women from a place of loss, represents Alexia’s latest work (2014).

She has participated in photographic exhibitions at a local and international basis and her work is published in magazines and journals worldwide. In 2015 her book was exhibited at the Benaki Museum in Athens.

Her recent studies include a Masters degree (Distinction) in Photojournalism and Documentary Photography from the University of Arts in London.