Steven Speliotis first became recognized as a professional photographer in Boston, Massachussetts
where his early photographs of dance & portraiture were exhibited in several juried shows winning him
much acclaim as a photographer for the performing arts.
Speliotis also studied modern dance, yoga, sculpting and apprenticed his mentor,
the late reknown dance/celebrity photographer Kenn Duncan.
Upon Duncan's death in 1986, Speliotis moved to New York City to continue the Duncan legacy.
Speliotis specializes in video and still photography for his client base in New York, London, Japan and Singapore,
and is currently working with: the Cable Access Station in Manhattan, art galleries, book publishers,
magazines, music producers, designers, publicists, theatre & dance companies.
Speliotis' work also consists of Lifestyle videos, commercials, corporate portraits, actors headshots & reels, special events,
weddings, music videos, album covers, stage and studio performance art. an extensive portfolio can be seen on
These videos are gaining international recognition and have won, Best Short Film, Kiel Film Festival, Germany 2008,
and 'KIller' the Bloodiest Book Trailer, Mobi Awards 2010.
Photographs by Speliotis have been collected, exhibited and published widely. ie: Asian Fusion, Asiance,
AMICA, LIFE, TIME, the New York Times, L.A.Times, the VILLAGE VOICE, Art in America, HAWAII,
TORONTO, BOSTON & TAIWAN Magazine, DANCE Magazine, PLAYBILL, Exercise For Men Only,
to name a few.