Born in Athens Greece, Konstantinos first explored the art of storytelling at age 11 when he was creating his own comic books with characters and stories born from his imagination. Storytelling soon became a passion and took shape in the art of film making. He later on followed his ambition by studying Film and TV in Bournemouth University in the UK where he completed his studies with three short films instead of the one, thesis film, students were assigned to make. His first gig after film school got him acquainted with the Hollywood way of making movies, by being one of the assistant directors in Donald Petrie’s “My Life in Ruins” starring Nia Vardalos (2009). The Los Angeles Film School followed, which led to his six year move in Los Angeles. He co founded Homeric Pictures a production company through which Konstantinos and his colleagues were creating promotional material for emerging artists. He wrote and directed nearly 100 scenes and web-shorts and 14 short films of various genres some of which received several festival submissions and awards. During that time he developed three feature film scripts and a TV show bible while studying in depth different perspectives on the art of storytelling including Aristotle, Joseph Campbell, Blake Snyder, Christopher Booker and Robert Mckee. New York followed where Konstantinos joined the feature film world through collaborating with his business partner and owner of York Studios. He is currently preparing to enter the adventure of his first feature film as a director.