Born in downtown Athens in 1981, he studied Sociology at the Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences.
Using personal computers since the late 80’s and internet & the web since the late 90’s, he acquired an MA in “Virtual communities: Socio-psychological perspectives & Technical applications” foreseeing the radical ramifications that the popularization of web publishing tools (web 2.0) would bring to nearly every level of life’s organization.
In early 2008 he published his Thesis, the first extended & in-depth academic research about Greek-speaking blogosphere entitled “Blogging in Greece: profile, motivations & practices of greek-speaking bloggers” while he is actively participating in the emerging Greek-speaking blogging community by founding a well-known teamblog that has been running since 2005.
Until 2010, when he joined EFFECT ‘s team, he worked with both business and non-profit organizations in a number of new-media projects (political communication, entertainment industry, academic research, activism and journalism related) as well as in developing, designing and editing websites & social networks and in integrated online-presence strategy planning as a free-lancer.
Until Feb 2014, he was responsible for the Digital Communication department development as EFFECT ‘s Digital Director. Communication EFFECT is an integrated communication services agency affiliated with Edelman since 2000, the biggest independent PR network globally.
While continuing partnerships, he is since rejoined with his multi-tasking interdisciplinary studies & work experience in producing creative, complex and conceptually pioneering web projects that truly add value to this mess. Checkout out some selected projects on the online portfolio.
Now bohemia interrupted when on January 2015, he is recruited overnight at Greek Minister’s of Culture Office working on day-to-day Ministry’s portfolio.
From September 2015, he is recruited at the Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs at the Office of the newly appointed Alternate Foreign Minister of European Affairs working since on day-to-day Ministry’s portfolio.
This is it for the moment. Thank you.
To share is not to be mistaken with clicking the sharing facebook button. Rather, it is the act of putting forward to public domain whatever information might be of value. Or making public information valuable. Or spreading the valuable information. At first it might seem like a loss. But isn’t. Good will get back to you. In fact you are getting it already.
While sharingiscaring.gr ‘s being baked, a more detailed CV can be found here.
Contact details to the upper-right corner.