Christos Andreou received his MA in Visual Communication from UCE University of Central England Birmingham in 2001 and his BA (HONS) in Graphic Design from UWE University of the West of England in 2000. His first academic post was in 2002 at the Art Design & Communication department of Frederick Institute of Technology Cyprus. He is currently a Lecturer of the of Applied Arts Department of the School of Architecture, Fine and Applied Arts at the Frederick University in Nicosia, Cyprus. An interdisciplinary Visual Communicator with research interests and visual practice that explores several media such as graphic design, typography, motion graphics, video art and sound in relation to the visual. He participated in several Design and Art exhibitions in Cyprus and abroad. He has worked as a Video post-production Director at Telia&Pavla/BBDO one of the leading advertising agencies of Cyprus and a member of the BBDO international group from 2001 to 2002. He had continued collaborating with the same agency as an associate freelancer until 2008 and has been a member of the CCC (Cyprus Creative Club) a member of the ADC*E (Art Directors of Europe) since 2006 and founding member of the Cyprus Semiotics Association (CSA) a member of the of the International Association for Semiotic Studies (IASS-AIS).