In 2005, he teamed up with Philip Halatsis of Macabrofilms, lending him his considerable expertise in the technical field as well as advanced production design techniques. Even though the partnership was short-lived, Macabrofilms put out six feature films -including the cult classic "Brutal"- and three music videos in two short years, largely due to the founder's ability to come up with on-the-fly solutions within budget limitations as well as his extremely tenacious work ethic.
Staying true to his underground roots, he continued working with musical acts such as Homoiratus, producing high-quality videos possessed of his distinct aesthetic and artistic vision ("Hollow shell empty vessel, faithful as shadow" in 2006).
He officially founded Crazy Greek Productions while he was working abroad, in the wake of C.G.P's wild success and has gone on to produce another five full-length features in addition to the little known -and brilliant- short "The Exiled".
2007 was a breakthrough year for Mr. Director, with his first full-length feature "Greek Psycho Cannibal" opening to wide international acclaim amongst horror aficionados. It's unique blend of contemporary satire coupled with extreme levels of gore, harking back to the golden age of Troma Films, was an instant hit with audiences, amalgamating GCP's status as an underground cult favorite.
Not surprisingly enough, 2010 shaped up to be a pivotal year for Crazy Greek Productions, with a very well received premiere of "Conspiracy of Blood" in Athens, and two films in the pipeline, "Nick The Geek" and "The Losing Hand" both of which generated a great amount of speculation amongst fans.
But it wasn't until 2011 when this talented and elusive filmmaker broke into mainstream consciousness with the launch of the notorious web series "Little Psycho", followed up by the release of the movie by the same name which premiered at the "2nd Festival Mundial de Cine Extremo" in Mexico in early 2013.
In early 2015 his whereabouts were lost and people have been looking for him ever since.