The cinematographer’s film Stutterer for which he was director of photography, won an oscar for Best Short Film. The film follows the fictional story of a lonely typographer with a severe speech impediment who has to face his fears when his online love interest asks to meet offline.
The film was made on a shoestring budget of five thousands pounds by a crew which included Paleodimos. The film was directed by first-time Irish director Benjamin Cleary.
Originally a scientist, Paleodimos started shooting stills for magazines like Esquire, Wired, Vogue and Cosmopolitan before heading over to Pulse Films London as a production assistant. He currently lives and works in London.