Konstantinos Anastasakis was born in Melbourne, Australia.
He’s emergence as a photographer began in 1996 when after a failed marriage found himself amongst the peaks of the Himalayas questioning his role as a human being. It was there that he began to capture the indomitable nature of the human spirit in all its myriad forms- resilience, humor, joy and pain of everyday people.
Constantinos went on to study photography at Photography Studies College in Melbourne,
Australia and was commissioned by a number of newspapers and magazines within his first year of study.
Based in London since 1999, Constantinos spent four years in Greece between 2001 and 2005 commissioned by Bloomberg News to document Greece’s economic development and the build up to the 2004 Athens Olympics.
Since his return to London in 2005, Constantinos has visited over 100 countries and his work has supported a number of major charitable organizations from around the world helping raise awareness and support to some of the world’s most vulnerable regions.
Constantinos's photographs has been exhibited around the world and in January 2012 he was invited to exhibit at the prestigious More London Estate at Tower Bridge.