I am a Western Australian writer of Greek heritage. My father's family was from the island of Evia. My mother's family was from Kastellorizo and Rhodes.

I live in Perth/Boorloo, in Western Australia on the lands of the Whadjuk Nyoongar people. I have also lived in Shrewsbury, London, Vancouver, Paris and New York. I studied at the University of Western Australia and the University of British Columbia, Canada and worked as a lawyer in Perth and Paris.

My creative non-fiction, memoir, fiction and poetry has been awarded and published in anthologies and journals in Australia and the United States. I've had short fiction published in Westerly, Griffith Review and Science Write Now. My debut novel, Matia, has been acquired by UWA Publishing and will be released in October 2024.

I founded the literary subscription Kaló Taxídi which launched in September 2023. The inaugural issue was #1 The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC and the current issue is #11 Judging by a Cover.

I was recently part of the Margaret River Readers and Writers Festival 2024, where I presented a workshop on Writing Across Time in the New Narratives Program.