A collection of my photos taken with a canon 550d, a Polaroid 600 and a ZENIT.

About me:
Multiplatform storyteller, egalitarian, atheist, queer, aesthete, LDNist.
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15/09/2013
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07/05/2013, Athens. ©Goroyesque>

07/05/2013, Athens. 

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▲06/04/2013, London. ©Goroyesque>


06/04/2013, London. 

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▲28/12/2013, London. ©Goroyesque>


28/12/2013, London. 

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28/05/2013, Athens. ©Goroyesque>

28/05/2013, Athens. 

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▲30/10/2012, London. ©Goroyesque>


30/10/2012, London. 

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▲21/04/2013, London. ©Goroyesque>


21/04/2013, London. 

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▲11/10/2013, Athens. ©Goroyesque>


11/10/2013, Athens. 

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In Nomine Patris30/05/2013, Athens. ©Goroyesque>

In Nomine Patris
30/05/2013, Athens. 

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In Nomine Patris16/07/2013, New York. ©Goroyesque>

In Nomine Patris
16/07/2013, New York. 

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▲21/05/2013, Athens. ©Goroyesque>


21/05/2013, Athens. 

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▲In Nomine Patris30/05/2013, Athens. ©Goroyesque>


In Nomine Patris

30/05/2013, Athens. 

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▲queer encounters'So, what is the difference between “dark matter” and “antimatter”?'12/04/13, London.Goroyesque>


queer encounters

'So, what is the difference between “dark matter” and “antimatter”?'
12/04/13, London.
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2/11/13
Things that happened in the last 29 weeks:


• Went to Athens for two weeks, cancelled my return tickets; ended up staying for 45 days.
• Went to Washington, gave a speech in Capitol Hill.
• People thought I am sane. I was not.
• Took a night bus to New York. Felt uprooted. Again.
• I told an American politician that I am ‘broken’—I meant ‘broke’. Oops.
• He told me that a ‘rabbi’s world is internally perfectly consistent like a Harry Potter novel’.
• I roamed New York during the night; ‘city that never sleeps’ my big Greek ass.
• I stayed in 14 different locations in two months. I was hosted by a Russian-American Jewish family; they made me think that loving functional families do exist. I want to see their children grow up.
• I cancelled my return tickets. I rented a room in Brooklyn. I swam in the Atlantic. I rebooked my tickets.
• I was hospitalised. Twice. A priest visited me.
• I took my father to the hospital. I hugged my grandmother. I distanced  myself from my mother’s tears.
• Managed to ignore all my conventional responsibilities.
• I filmed myself during a mental breakdown.
• Lost a few dear friends on the way.
• I fell out of love.
• I almost fell in love.
• Returned to London. Took ballet courses.
• Felt sane again.

▲queer encounters with History #111/06/13, Gay Liberation Monument, Stonewall Inn, New York. ©Goroyesque>


queer encounters 
with History #1

11/06/13, Gay Liberation Monument, Stonewall Inn, New York. 
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