I was born in 1973 and grew up in Tripoli. I studied Economics and I have a Master's Degree in Public Administration. I have been working for 20 years with the local government in Local Development Planning. My personal interest is in cultural management. I was awarded in 1992 with the 3rd Piraeus Association prize by Tassos Athanasiadis and Alkyoni Papadaki, for my short story "3rd World War". I have been a Volunteer since 1993 at the Greek Red Cross. I have attended several seminars of the Greek Screenwriters Association. I write scripts and I make short films. In 2019 I won the audience award at the Arcadian Screeenings Festival for my short film “One Town a football Team”.