He was born in Larissa, Greece, in 1962. From 1983 until 1989 he studied painting at the Athens School of Fine Arts in Greece under professors D. Mitaras, D. Kokkinidis, N. Kessanlis and Μ. Lambrakis-Plaka. His studies included also Byzantine Icons Technique, Fresco, Mosaic, History of Art, History of Architecture and Rhythmology, Introduction to Aesthetics and Philosophy, Educational Psychology and Teaching.
In 1990 with a scholarship of the French Government he continued his post-graduate studies at the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux Arts de Paris, Atelier de la Peinture with the professor Mr Pierre Carron. His first exhibition took place in Paris.
He worked at the National Archaeological Museum, as an artist and museum pedagogue for the educational programs of the Greek Ministry of Culture, entitled “The birth of writing”.He worked and contributed to restoring the frescoes of the ancient city of Akrotiri at Santorini island in Greece with the professors Mr C. Doumas and A. Vlahopoulos.
He taught painting and sketching at the AKTO Art College in Athens.
From 2011 until 2013 he worked as an art-therapist at the National University Hospital Agia Sofia in the program entitled “children with chronic disease”. In addition, his work was selected as representative of the Greek Contemporary Art during the Olympic Games of 2004.
His work can be found in the Greek National Gallery, the Benaki Museum, the Florida Museum, the Kouvoutsakis Art Collection, the Frissiras Museum, the Agricultural Bank of Greece Collection, the Hercules Group of Companies Collection and other private museums and collections in Greece and abroad.