Author : Andreas Batsilas Perhaps the most controversial part of the composition of architectural photography. A large percentage of photographers have dogmatic views on whether people should or should not be included in the synthesis. Surely the human element helps in understanding the scale. Photographers who use it […]
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Andreas Batsilas is an Architect who is pursuing an MSc in Management at Cranfield University. His work experience in the construction industry allowed him to find his passion for entrepreneurship, management and sales.
He is able to lead a team and can organize any type of event, either that is a 20 participants Ecothess workshop, a construction project with multiple engineers and technicians on site or even a 45.000 visitors in a single weekend Open House Thessaloniki event.
He was the youngest, elected by the public, mayor’s councilor at the age of 21. His election term at the municipality of Pilea-Hortiatis was a 5 years one. He also has extensive NGO experience.
Andreas has good knowledge of Social Media, is able to create appealing online content and is a Skilled Videographer / Photographer.
Author : Andreas Batsilas I don’t really know what kept me so long from writing about Morocco and Fez. Maybe an exam period, followed by summer and another exam period, is not the best time of the year to do anything but study and enjoy the few days of vacations […]
Author : Andreas Batsilas Rome was definitely not built in one day, but I didn’t have more than that to spend at the eternal city. Being an architect, I have studied so many things about the capital of the roman empire, about the architecture, the materials and the construction methods, […]
Author : Andreas Batsilas There are some days that you wake up and you just want to write. Today was one of those days. I had this strange feeling that this was the time to start addressing a subject that has been bothering me for a long time. From the […]