Tatiana Mavromati is an Athens based photographer. Her photographic work focuses on urban landscape, immigrant communities and cultures, gender issues.

Her first book I dreamed of the city: it was a fine day and I wanted to go for a walk (2010) was about her impressions during her stay in the U.K, mostly in Cardiff and London. Her second book But I am The exile (2012) was about Bassam and his friends, Palestinian migrants living in Athens, and Zohra, a Tunisian woman, also a migrant living in Athens.

Her photographs have been shown in Greek and international newspapers, magazines, such as Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (Germany), The Guardian (U.K.), Tema Mag (Portugal), Geotropio Magazine (Eleytherotypia, Greece). She had portfolio presentations at Museum Benaki, Athens (2007, 2010, 2012, 2018). She has participated in exhibitions in Greece and abroad, such as Museum Benaki (Athens, 2008), Turner House Gallery (Wales, 2010), Praxitelous Building (solo, Athens, 2015), Ph21 Gallery (Budapest 2017), Poems and Crimes (Athens, 2018), Efimerida (Athens, 2018), Hellenic American Union (Athens, 2018).

She holds a MA in Documentary Photography from the University of South Wales (2010). She attended photography lessons by Platon Rivellis in Athens (2004). She holds a University degree in civil engineering (2003) and a MA in history and philosophy of science (2006).

Since 2010 she teaches photography in various public and private schools in Athens.