Irene Baimas-Kiamos was born on 26 February 1927 in Astoria, New York. She studied at the following academic institutions: Rhode Island School of Design, Providence Rhode Island (1944-1946); and School of Modern Photography, New York (1947). In the period 1947-1965 she furthered her studies at the following institutions: Columbia University, New York; Art Students League, New York; New School of Social Research, New York; Sharon Arts Center, Sharon, New Hampshire; and Worcester Crafts Center, Worcester, Massachusetts. She interned at the following institutions: Museo Arqueológico Nacional de España, Madrid, Spain; Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Firenze, Florence, Italy. She also traveled extensively visiting archaeological sites in Greece and took part in Roman excavations on the Island of Bornholm, Denmark. She worked in the following capacities: Painting Instructor at Falmouth, Massachusetts; Picture Librarian at Cooper Union, New York; Freelance Photographer in New York; Children's Photographer in Fitchburg, Massachusetts; Art Consultant and Interior Design Affiliate in Fitchburg, Massachusetts.
Irene Baimas-Kiamos presented her work at the following institutions: Rhode Island School of Design, Rhode Island; Art Students League, New York; Cooper Union, New York; Fitchburg Museum, Fitchburg, Massachusetts, Artists Directory, Arlington, Massachusetts; and The Jewish Museum of Greece, Athens.
Irene Baimas-Kiamos is currently active in Athens.