Born in Sydney, 1961. Graduate, School of Architecture, National Technical University of Athens, Greece, 1986. Post graduate studies, MA in Conservation Studies at the University of York, UK, 1988. Worked for 10 years on the Parthenon Restoration Project, Acropolis of Athens responsible for various projects among which the transportation of the sculptures of the West Frieze to the Acropolis Museum. Private practice in Architectural Conservation with his wife Marina Myriantheos since 1988. Produced many studies and supervised restoration and conservation projects in Greece, Cyprus, Turkey and Sinai. Has won two prizes in architectural competitions, and has been granted two Europa Nostra awards for exceptional restoration projects implemented on Mt. Athos.
Elected Assistant Professor in 2002 and Associate Professor since 2009 of Architectural Design and Conservation of Historic Buildings and Sites, teaching building technology, theory and practical issues of building and urban conservation and restoration techniques. He has been the principal researcher in three architectural research projects undertaken by the University of Patras.
Written books on the architecture and restoration of the “Traditional metal workshops of Mt. Athos”, 1997 (with S. Mamaloukos), “Study for the Restoration of the Opisthonaos (west portico) of the Parthenon” 1992, “Master Plan for Wadi el Deir Sinai”,2010 (with M. Myriantheos), about 18 articles in refereed journals, and made a large number of presentations in conferences and seminars.