Featured Studio Work
Having been in the industry for almost two decades, back in 2000, I spent my first years trained under Akis Golfidis at Sierra Studios Athens, which put me in the engineering hot seat from an early stage. As an engineer and producer I have made many albums and have toured many shows with projects including most of the big bands and artists of Greece, before building together with fellow professionals, the legendary Reaction Studios Athens at 2005, one of the largest studios in Europe and worked there as a Senior Engineer for the next 5 years.
In 2013 I moved in London to work next to Alan Parsons. Together we coproduced the second Electric Litany album entitled, Enduring Days You Will Overcome.
In 2014, together with friend and fellow musician Alex Miaris we built DADA Studios, London.
I truly love, serve and support good music. This is merely the reason why I have worked on anything from local projects to names such as: Alan Parsons, Vin Gordon (The Wailers / Skatalites), Gary Christian (The Christians), Amparo Sanchez (Amparanoia), Vic Coppersmith Heaven, Baba Zula, Electric Litany, the Langan Band, Valia Calda, Bouche, to name a few. My musicality, exceptional interpersonal skills and nineteen years of professional experience (both in studios and concerts) are the elements that make many high calibre artists and clients trust their art to my hands.
Nowadays I work from a variety of cost-effective yet brilliant production rooms across London (Fish Factory London, Visconti Studios Kingston etc), but I am always open and excitable about discovering new spaces. More often than not I mix in my personal Okinawa studio, in Stoke Newington, London.
In 2019 I founded GBD Records.
"The engineering quality of the album is outstanding. It has every chance to winning a Grammy."
Alan Parsons, for Enduring Days We Will Overcome
"Bleak and broody music has never been quite so thrilling."
for How To Be A Child & Win The War
"An album that has all the strengths of a classic ECM recording."
UK Vibe, for Methexis
Past and Ongoing Collaborators