He studied sculpture and stage design at the Athens School of Fine Arts, from which he graduated in 1967. In 1969 he participated at the Alexandria Biennale and in the same year he was awarded the First Parthenis Prize for his painting. He has also worked on composition, singing and literature, while he has been awarded a prize for book design (Leipzig 1979, 1983). Since 1969 he has been presenting his work in solo exhibitions in Athens and Thessaloniki. In 1990 has been organized a retrospective exhibition with his work at the French Institute

In his works he cultivates an expressionist painting with frugal, dark colors, that are characterized by a mood that is sometimes sarcastic and sometimes pessimistic.