For my most recent project Bittersweet Apple, I spent two years investigating the Greek-American Diaspora in Astoria, New York. This is a diverse setting that was once the center of Hellenism in North America. As a youngster, I resented being in Astoria during my first visit twenty-five-years ago, I often tried to find ways to escape and move back to Greece.
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