Born in Athens and raised in various cities both in Greece and abroad. He studied economics in Athens and has worked as an Account Executive for Ogilvy Greece. In 2014, he decided to change careers and focus on filmmaking. He holds an MA in Directing Film and Television from Bournemouth University and has directed four short films. His film The Life of a Sober Man (2016) was nominated in the UK for the RTS Student Television Award. He has worked on numerous projects as a director and producer and as assistant director and co-producer in the film Amerika Square (dir. Yannis Sakaridis). He took part in the START – Create Cultural Change program of the Goethe-Institut Thessaloniki and is a co-founding member of the Ladies’ Fingers directing duo. His latest film, White Christmas 1948 (2022), received funding from the Greek Film Center and the Microfilm program ran by the Hellenic Broadcasting Corporation. He has been awarded the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Artist Fellowship by Artworks (2022).
From the beginning of my career, I have been attracted to video art and interactive media to engage different communities, examine human characteristics and relationships. After completing my studies in filmmaking at Kingston University, London, I was selected for the first global residency of THE AND project created by The Skin Deep studio, based in New York. In 2018, I produced “This is not a feminist project”, as a fellow for the Start – Create Cultural Change program funded by Robert Bosch Stiftung. My work has been shown at national and international film and media festivals. Currently, I split my time between multimedia art projects and a creative collaboration as a director and editor.