Konstantinos was born and brought up in the city of Ioannina in Northern Greece, where he attended one of the four selective schools in Greece for Classics and Modern Greek Language & Literature, and where his teachers inspired in him ‘a pathos for Modern and Ancient Greek Language and Literature but also for German Language, European Literature, History and Philosophy.’ He moved to Athens to enter the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens to study German Language and Philology, and to take courses on Philosophy and Greek Language. There he earned a B.A in German Language and Philology, and in Teaching German as a Foreign Language. Konstantinos also holds QTS (Qualitified Teacher Status) in the UK. He began his professional career as a teacher of German Language and Literature and serving as a department head. During that time he also tutored students from leading independent schools in Greece including Kollegio Athinon in Psychiko and The Moraitis School, preparing them for university study in Germany, Switzerland and England. He recently moved the UK with his partner and has worked as a private tutor of Ancient and Modern Greek and of German for (UK) GCSE, IGCSE and A-Level students aged 14-18. He continues to teach languages to A-Level at a British school in Hertfordshire.