He studied painting at the Athens School of Fine Arts (1948-1953) under Andreas Georgiadis. In 1957 he presented his first solo exhibition at the Kouros gallery, participating in the Panhellenies of the same year. This was followed by other solo exhibitions and appearances in Panhellenies and group exhibitions in Greece and abroad, such as the Youth Biennale of Paris in 1959, and the Biennales of Alexandria in 1967 and Sao Paolo in 1975.

Combining in his work elements of post-Byzantine painting as well as surrealism, he creates compositions which evidence his preoccupation with the relationship between the human being and outer space, as well as compositions inspired by the uprising at the National Technical University in 1973. At the same time he has become involved with the religious painting of churches.