First time I held a camera in my hands I was about 10 years old, a curious wild boy trying to take pictures of fishermen, women with flowers in their hair, the moon, the way of the ants, the contrast of my own shadow. Truly speaking I was trying to capture anything that seemed special or unusual to me. I think this is why I became a photographer, so that moments that I came to treasure would never leave me.

After many years of collaborating with many well known fashion photographers (i.e Cedric Buchet, Paolo Roversi, Ggreg Kadel, Inez and Vinoodh, Chris Craymer, Carter Smith) and having worked in many different places such as Miami, Mexico, Germany, Morocco, Cuba, Greece, I finally chose my luminous hometown Athens as my permanent base for fashion photography. So here I am, a passionate fashion photographer with further specialization in advertising photography and portraits. For almost a decade now I have also been working as a resident photographer in the Archaeological Museum of Ancient Corinth, on behalf of the American School of Archaeology. I consider myself privileged to be able to ‘look at ancient Greek history right in the eye’. The harmony and physical balance of the ancient statues create such admiration inside me and it is with this deep awe for natural symmetry that I approach fashion concepts.

In my personal life I never stop finding inspiration in diversities and individual uniqueness, constantly trying to make some quality time for traveling with my wife and our little semi-god son Ermis. I adore new wave music, meeting great people and sharing food. You can always find me looking around for the magic light.