I am a Greek-born London-based practicing architect, scenographer, and Lecturer in Scenography at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.
I studied architecture, drama, and I hold an MA in Scenography from Wimbledon College of Arts.
I often work as a Scenography Director leading performances or installations.
Recent projects include a walking-performance using a bridge and a Victorian warehouse in London as scenographic metaphors, a staging of Antigone at the Ancient Epidaurus Festival, and the design of a New Performing Arts Centre in Uganda.
I won a ‘Gold Medal for Best Work in Theatre Architecture and Performance Space’ at the Prague Quadrennial 2011.
I participated in the curatorial teams for the UK Student Exhibitions in PQ15 and PQ19, and I am associate curator and exhibition designer for Staging Places at PQ19 and the V&A.