Senty Haniadaki was born on 18 December 1968 in Heraklion of the Island of Crete, Greece. She graduated from Pierce College (1985) and continued her studies at the Pedagogical Department of the Capodistrian University of Athens (1985-1989). She enrolled at the Athens School of Fine Arts - ASFA, studying painting with Chronis Botsoglou (1993-2007) and engraving with Yannis Gourzis (2008). She has received distinction for her participation in the Un-Built project at the Byzantine and Christian Museum of Athens. She has illustrated two school books of the Hellenic Ministry of Culture for the Muslim minority of Thrace (1992). Drawings of her Illustrate postcards for the 'Hamogelo tou Pediou' (Smile of the Child) foundation. She has presented the Lesson of Xylography for the Spyros Vassiliou Museum in Athens (2006). She has produced educational workshops and has guided groups of students and parents in Museums and Galleries (2000-2008).
Senty Haniadaki has presented the following personal exhibitions: Engraving, Chalkis Town Hall, Euboea (2007); With Berenice's Lock, Institut Français, Athens (2008); and Saint Mark Basilica, Heraklion, Crete (2009). She has also taken part in the following group exhibitions: French Literature and Art, Institut Français, Athens (2005); Everyhting for Man, Karydis Art Center, Filothei, Athens (2006); Angels, Stoa tou Vivliou, Athens (2006); Children's Book Illustration, Aggelon Vima, Athens (2006); Galleries, Eon Stores, Athens and Piraeus (2007); and Belle Arte Lamia, Fthiotida (2007).
Senty Haniadaki currently lives and works in Athens.