Graduated with BSc in Land Management at the University of Reading and worked in the field of Urban Planning in London and Paris. Evie studied dance at the Laban Centre in London and with scholarship at Limon Institute in New York. She is a 2004 Danceweb scholarship recipient and travel grant recipient from the Emotional European Programme 2011-2014.
Since 2001, she collaborated with international choreographers such as Rosemary Lee, Athina Vahla, Alain Buffard , Felix Ruckert and collaborated with most of the Cyprus based choreographers (Lia Haraki, Alexandra Wairstall, Mahi Lindahl, Emily Papaloizou amongst others).
In 2004 she co-created En drasi with Emily Papaloizou, the creative structure that hosts their independent choreographic work and artistic projects.
Her performance works are performed in various venues in Cyprus and are invited in international festivals such as “Time to Dance Festival” Riga Latvia, “E-motionalfestival” Bucharest Romania, “Abundance” Karlstad Sweeden, “Tanzherbst” Dresden Germany, “Nairobi solo and duets Festival” Kenya, “Stockholm Fringe
Festival” Sweden, “Creative Forum of Independent Theatre“ Alexandria Egypt, “If Only” Birr Ireland, “Dance Week” Dresden, Germany, “Biennale of Sinop” Turkey, “Faki Festival” Zagreb Croatia, “Dimitria Festival” Thesalloniki Greece. She was also the selected dance artist to represent Cyprus in the “Biennale for Young artists from Europe and the Mediterranean” (2008) in Puglia, Italy. Evie has choreographed and co-directed video-dance that were screened in various festivals in Europe and the States.
She was an invited artist at the European Programme Act Your Age 2012-2014, a European collaboration between Italy, Holland and Cyprus where she collaborated with the UK based video artist Lucy Cash for the creation of My Mountain, a video installation exhibited at Lanitis Foundation Limassol Cyprus and Jan van Eyck Academie in Maastricht.