Professional Performing Guitarist, Singer, Composer, Songwriter, Producer, Electric Guitar Instructor, Speech Coach & TV / Radio Commercial Voice Actor.
Instructor in Advanced Blues, Hard Rock, Fusion & Funk Electric Guitar.
RECENTLY PERFORMED AT:
2012 Blood Stone Refinery – Blues Trio – Montreal
2012 Kingston Mines Blues Club with the Chicago Blues All-Stars
2012 Buddy Guys Legends Chicago
2012 Hard Rock Hotel – Chicago – Haiti Relief Benefit with Dr. Dan Ivankovich from the Chicago Blues All-Stars
Has worked with the following Advertising Agencies: Leo Burnett, McCann Erickson, Movielab, Spot Thomson, LeSpot Productions, Modiano, Cream, Heaven, ΤοpCat, Fortune, Lynx, BOO Productions, Olympic DDB, BBDO Athens, Fortune, Bold-Ogilvy-Fos.
The Voice & Guitars behind successful Ad Campaigns for:
• Coca-Cola – Vocals – award winning theme song for the 2004 Athens Olympic Games.
• Fanta – Voice Actor – two year ad campaign
• Hasbro – Voice Actor – Transformers ad campaign
• Mattel – Voice Actor – Hot Wheels multiple holiday ad campaigns
• Nestle – Crunch ad campaign – Voice Actor
• Trident – Voice Actor
• Ursus – Vocals/Voice Actor – Guitars
and many more.
2005-2012 Electric Guitar Instructor at the Mazis Conservatory of Music – Trinity College of London:
Rockschool Curriculum – Athens Greece.
Influences: Jimi Hendrix , A.King J.G.Watson, The Reverend Willie G. , SRV, R.Ford, J.Winter, Fr. King, E.Johnson, R.Rhoads, R.Blackmore, U.Roth, G.Moore, I.Spathas, M.Chiotis, A.Holdsworth, Al Di Meola, J.Beck, J.Akkerman, B.May, A.Young, J.Perry, A.Lifeson, F.Marino, T.Bolin, L.West, J.Riggs, S.Jones, J.Ramone, EVH, G.Lynch.
Guitars: Fender Stratocaster, Gibson Les Paul/Flying V/ Explorer, Danelectro, Schecter, Carvin.
Amplification: Fender, Marshall, Soldano.
Is a Certified FENDER U.S.A. Amplifier Specialist
• Platinum Disc for vocals on Coca-Cola’s 2004 Athens Olympic Games theme song
• Factory Outlet Ad Campaign – Best Ad Campaign of 2004 in Greece
Currently active in Montreal P.Q. Canada
Seymour Duncan Dirty Deed Distortion Pedal review by John Patelis