Born in Cyprus in 1975. He started shoots photos when he is child from his father who is a photographer. After his graduation from high-school has began work photographer and on 1995 he’s moved to Athens. He studied photography in Leica Academy in Athens between 1995-1998. He worked as a freelancer for magazines and newspapers in Nicosia and Athens until 2000
when he was hired by the Prisma photo agency in Athens. He also worked for several magazines at the same time. During that time, he covered domestic and international news while traveling throughout Greece and abroad.
In 2002, he moved to the Athens News Agency (ANA) where he worked for a year before he was hired by the Associated Press. In December 2003, he began working as a photojournalist at the Associated Press in Athens and in February 2004 he started working as a photojournalist based in Nicosia, Cyprus until today. Besides having covered assignments in the Greek and Cypriot news area, he has also travelled for work to Lebanon, the West Bank, the Gaza Strip, Israel, Sri Lanka (Tsunami disaster) and Turkey. He has also taken part in photo exhibitions such as for the tsunami disaster in 2005 with the “Doctors of the World”, in “Photoreportaz 2007-2008” in Nicosia, in Athens 2008 for the fires in Peloponnese, and an exhibition of the Union of Cyprus Journalists where his photo from the ”1974 Missing Persons” story received the prize for the first place. Some images of his work has published in global photojournalism books and Magazines.