I am a graphic designer from Greece, based in Los Angeles, specializing in spatial design and print. My work is defined by strong research and conceptual development that often comments on social and cultural matters.

My background is in fine art, having completed my bachelor at Richmond, The American International University in London, with a focus on sculpture and photography. I have lived in Athens, London, Paris, Pondicherry, and Barcelona, working as a graphic designer and artist for museums and galleries. Some collaborations include the Cycladic Art Museum (Athens), a solo exhibition at the Illeana Tounta Contemporary Art Center (Athens), the Auroville Community (Pondicherry), and MAL/FOR GOOD (Los Angeles). My travels have developed my interest in world cultures and my ability to speak four languages: Greek, English, Spanish, and French.

I recently received my MFA in graphic design from ArtCenter College of Design. I am now the Exhibition Designer and Curator at the Hoffmitz Milken Center for Typography [HMCT].