Constantinos Lepouris was born in Varnavas, Greece in 1996. His love for photography and his dream to pursue a career as a photographer, led him to move to Athens, as soon as turned eighteen. He has a degree in Photography (AKTO College – Middlesex University) and a master’s degree in Photography and Visual Language (Middlesex University). Working professionally as a photographer from the age of seventeen, his work has already been featured in a handful of printed and online magazines. In 2019 he published his first photography book, called E(p)Ωs, which reads both as Eros and Epos (a play with the Greek and English alphabets) and which features both portraits and scanograms, in an attempt to capture the feelings during the rise and the fall of a relationship. He has also worked in theatre and cinema, designing the posters of a series of Greek plays and films.