In 1999, he finished High School. In his mind, photography, which he was always fond of, was not the ‘right’ path towards financial stability, so he studied Engineering in Edinburgh, Scotland and received a BEng and a MSc.
With his first pay as an Engineer he bought a consumer-enthusiast level camera. His last role as an engineer involved a lot of traveling, which made him want to make more pictures. Towards the end of 2011 he purchased his first professional camera and started developing his passion for photography, making images during his trips all over the world.
In 2013 he took a year’s lessons in drawing and painting, which developed his sense for composition and his artistic view in Photography. This is the year when he realized he should be pursuing his passion instead of anything else. He started studying photography by himself, even making his own B/W darkroom in his bedroom and started developing and printing his own films. Studying old masters, seminars, podcasts and anything he could get his hands on, he started taking on commissioned work. His first solo exhibition “INDIA” took place in Athens (DEC2014). He sold prints and had interviews in Greek magazines and radio.
In 2015 he gained more publicity for his photographic stories and interviews (National Geographic, c-heads, uncommon dose, B-Authentique, protothema.gr, popaganda.gr, FOS photos, lifo, greka and more). His second public exhibition about Easter at Meteora, “Katanixis” at 5-star hotel “Grecotel Pallas Athena” is successful.
In 2016 Story about Pagan customs of northern Greece during Christmas and New Year to be published at National Geographic. Next exhibition 'Easter in Olympos' took place in Olympos, Karpathos island Greece with great success. More images published on National Geographic and one selected as image of the week in LFI.
In 2017 he started pculiar.com with his team, Reflex Photographers, an online platform dedicated to peculiar traditional customs and rituals in Greece and the rest of the world. Additionally he is in discussions with Thames & Hudson published to have his work on Olympos published and added to their permanent catalog.