Born in Athens, Greece in 1989, Konstantinos studied filmmaking at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Faculty of Fine Arts and specialised early as a Director of Photography.
His short films have been screened and granted awards in film festivals around the world. He has received the Best Cinematography award for his short film "Fawns" (2014) in the 20th International Athens Film Festival, granted by the Greek Society of Cinematographers (GSC). He has also earned Best Cinematography and Cinematic Achievement awards for his short films "Dust" (2013) and "Penguins"(2012). Konstantinos was selected to participate in the Berlinale Talents program for Cinematographers during the 65th Berlin International Film Festival. "Copa-Loca" (2017) premiered at the 70th Cannes Film Festival "Director's Fortnight". His latest short "Hector Malot: The Last Day of the Year" won the Leica Cine Discovery Award as the best short of the 57th Critics Week at the 71st Cannes Film Festival. "Pity", his first feature film, had it's world premiere at Sundance Film Festival '18, World Dramatic Competition.
He has been lensing TV Commercials since 2013, working with leading advertising agencies and production companies in Athens and abroad.
Konstantinos's work also includes documentaries, music videos, fashion films, and video installations.