Eirini Vourloumis is a freelance photographer currently based in Athens, Greece, focusing on feature and reportage stories based on the ongoing economic crisis. She worked for two years as a contributing photographer for the NewYork Times Metro section and is currently freelancing for the NewYork Times and other publications from Greece. She is also a contributing writer for Lens, the New York Times photojournalism blog.
Eirini was born and raised in Athens, Greece and is of Greek and Indonesian background. She is fluent in both languages and is a graduate of Parsons School of Design and of the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism in New York.
Her work has been published in the New York Times, New York Magazine, Time, Le Monde Magazine,The Financial Times Magazine,The Daily Independent,Village Voice, "K" magazine of Kathimerini Newspaper and Athens News, among others. She has worked as a photo assistant at Life Books and Life Magazine and as a freelance photo editor at Newsweek. She is available for both assignments and freelance photo editing.
- The Decline of Perama Shipping Yards(ongoing)
- The Civil Service-ongoing
- Rise of Homelessness-ongoing
- Athens Protests 2011
- Athens Riots 2008
Philly Fight Night