Zeta, originally from Patras, Greece, is a London-based filmmaker, who first started off as a writer. She was awarded first Prize in the National Student Literature competition in Greece and then proceeded to publish her short stories collection at the age of 18. She then studied Computer Engineering and Informatics before returning to her true passion, storytelling, in now a visual form.
She completed her 3-year Masters with Distinction at the London Film School, graduating as a Director as well as Cinematographer. Her graduation film as a writer/director, Meltemi, which opened in July 2018 in Palm Springs Shortfest, has been awarded and selected in a variety of BAFTA qualifying festivals, as have short films she worked as Cinematographer for. She was was nominated for PANALUX 2017 Cinematography award for her work on Towards The Sun. That and various other short or feature films she has worked on have been awarded/nominated in worldwide festivals including Palm Springs, Edinburgh, Cannes, Sarajevo, Locarno, and others. Zeta is building her technical experience via also working as a camera assistant or spark on a variety of short and feature films (recently sparking on features DP-ed by Sean Bobbit and Helene Louvart).
Her commercial work includes camera and DOP work for UBER, Magnum, Deliveroo, Time Out London, Mulberry, and directing work for Coffee Island.