When you see his art direction or graphic design work, you instantly know it’s his, because Tony Evreniadis has already created signature work that is acclaimed and recognizable. What many don’t know is that he also loves and practices photography. He decided to create an on-going project called Visual Stance, which has the form of a photography blog.

What is Visual Stance?
Visual Stance is my personal photography website and photographic point of view. It’s a static journal of visuals taken at a non-static journey through life. Everyone is welcome to visit and initiate a conversation about what caught their attention, what images they like or just to say hello, via the contact page.

What are your subjects?
Generally anything that intrigues my attention. I have a preference for portraits, concerts, abstracts and details.

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Inspiration is everywhere; a walk in a forest, concerts, song lyrics, a bass filling in the tune of a guitar

What inspires you?
Inspiration is everywhere; a walk in a forest, concerts, song lyrics, a bass filling in the tune of a guitar, movies, a pretty smile that lasts for a while, a pair of beautiful eyes looking into your own, conversations. Also a simple hello can spark a fuse to inspire.

What do you plan for the future?
Of course continue documenting moments that intrigue my attention and inspire me. At some point I am considering to put up the visuals for sale. Stay tuned and visit at your convenience!

In order to see more of Tony’s photographs, visit: www.visualstance.com or visit tonyevreniadis.myportfolio.com to see more of his graphic design work.

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Part of the Jazz Drenched Series.

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Charlotte Cooper, Bass. The Subways.

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Fishermen, Thermaikos Bay, Thessaloniki Greece.