Probably mostly due to the fact that I did not enclose any contact information into my application and obviously someone mistook me for a guy from Greece, I was one of 30+ photographers selected for this years Photonic moments Portfolio Review. Which is quite amusing in more than one way: according to one of many legends about my family, our ancestors may have come from Greece and, this years winner of Portfolio Review is Greek photographer VANGELIS GEORGAS. An rightly so, his photos really stand out from the crowd. Congrats!
Anyway, being selected for a portfolio review took me by surprise, so instead of a portfolio I presented the reviewers with just a pile of random stuff that was laying around trying to show just about everything I have ever done. Not a thing to do, ever, if you are serious about your artistic career! Only during the interviews did I realise (obviously, I am dense sometimes) reviewers were essentially expecting us to produce an actual exhibition proposal or at least a series of a kind. So at least for a second day of the review I quickly assembled a few series, not to change the obvious outcome, but to test the assumption. It checked true.
All in all, it was a very valuable lesson than may come handy in future and I am glad I was a part of the event. And here are a few series I may have assembled if I did my RTFM before instead of after (click link to see the series on G+).