He was born in Greece and in specific in the village of Acoumia Ag. Vasileiou Rethymnon, Crete, in the year 1940. He graduated from the Philosophical School of the University of Athens and served as a Secondary Education teacher from 1965 to 1991, when he decided to retire. In parallel to his teaching duties he occupied himself with his writing work, which he has served for thirty full years. To this day, he has completed the writing of 47 books of literary (and art-critic works), scientific and educative contents. Nineteen of his books have already been published and are already available in bookstores, whereas ten are already concluded and in press. In his ten in press books only essays and art-critic works are included and in those can be found innovations and progressive most revealing scientific openings following the aiming presented in his Greek and English versions of his already published "Abridged Encyclopedia of Philological Unveilings".
The Academy of Florence has declared him Honorary Academic for his writing and cultural contribution and has awarded him with a relevant diploma.
He was awarded with 3 prizes and golden medals for my distinction as a personality by the International Company of Greek Authors, a foundation based in Athens and Brussels, during ceremonies that took place in the Cultural Center of the Municipality of Athens: 1) on March 2004, 2) on October 2004, as part of a three-day event celebrating the conclusion of the Athens' Olympic Games, 3) on March 2005.
He was invited to participate as a congress member in the 19th World Poets' Congress in China, scheduled to take place late October to mid-November of the year 2005. This invitation was handed to only 150 members from around the world and came from the World Poets' Organization based in Carolina, U.S.A.
Following an initiative of Chinese authorities he was chosen as one of the ten scientists from eighty countries around the globe that will receive a Ph. Litt. My application and relevant documents have already been sent to the proper authorities for the completion of this procedure.
Under a joint decision of the Greek Ministry of Education, four of his books were approved as essential to all school libraries. It must be noted that he had submitted only four books and that, in terms of number of books, this fact is unprecedented. The Sovereign Order of St. John of Jerusalem, Knights of Malta, has honoured him with a diploma with which he is awarded with the rank and title of "Knight of Grace", validated in Malta with the Great Seal of the Order.