This week, APAD’s guest is Thessaloniki, Greece based photographer Fanis Rami with his work Personal Narratives.

These photos are part of an ongoing project of mine. What they have in common is the reference to my everyday life, to my relationship with the city I live in. In fact, they are a journal of the stimulus I receive from the environment around me. My photos seem to have an agoraphobic sense; this is only happening because of my will to find nostalgia in the modern world. I avoid to shoot people only because I strongly believe in the narrative nature of the objects.