Margarita Myrogianni’s photographic work is characterised by meticulously directed, still life photography in which objects and architectural elements act out situations where movement from within is suggested. Her works depict suspended instances rich in non-linear narrative and staged allegories of an everyday yet cinematic style. Her imagery develops around the idea of the presence and its impact in the framed space alternating between cool and warm conditions, the domestic and outdoor space, myth and the mundane. Recently, Myrogianni has also been producing small-scale objects and jewellery referencing found objects and mythical motifs. She has exhibited in numerous group exhibitions in England, Greece, Germany, Switzerland, France, Norway and China and had a solo exhibition at the Eleftheria Tseliou Gallery in Athens in 2014 and at New Court Gallery, Derbyshire, UK in 2015. She obtained a BA in Fine Art from the Athens School of Fine Arts and a MFA in Fine Art from the Slade School of Fine Art, University College London.