New York’s own, Jenny M. Sirimis, was raised in the beautiful picturesque Greek island of Chios. While living in Greece, she got a degree in 3D Animation, from a college in Athens. Gaining this degree has inspired her to move back to New York, and pursue her passion for videography. In 2011, Jenny became an Associate of Fine Arts in Video Production, through the Art Institute of New York City.
Within the first six months of her studies, she has received the “Best In Show” award for the short movie “Your Death My Life”. Her accomplishments didn’t fully satisfy her ambition for further growth as a professional in her industry. She decided to expand her knowledge and skills by attending and getting certified through seminars for fashion, wedding and food photography, as well as wedding videography.
In her carrier she collaborated with Antena TV Channel, Mega TV Channel, NG TV and Ellopia Media, as well as at Tolios Photography for three years as videographer in weddings and baptisms.
George Pantelakis, native New Yorker, moved to Greece at an early age. After receiving most of his education there, he decided to go back to New York to further his knowledge and skills about illustration in the Fashion Institute of Technology. In 2008 he became a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Illustration. While he was studying illustration he started growing a deep love for photography, which led to various projects and events, including his first big project with Google doing product photography.
George continues to thrive off of a variety of influences and techniques that contrast one another to create a very unique style of fine art concept photography. He is currently working with GMimagery on various projects such as Christenings, Bridal Showers, Weddings, etc.