Professional freelance photographer for about 30 years. beirut based . lebanon is my country. my works fully known as editorial and commissioned for local market and abroad. beside i am recognized as fashion photographer, photojournalism in all also wild and family with ... Read more
Professional freelance photographer for about 30 years. beirut based . lebanon is my country. my works fully known as editorial and commissioned for local market and abroad. beside i am recognized as fashion photographer, photojournalism in all also wild and family with nature and really satisfied with my landscape shoots. my 25 years of photography have given me the knowledge of photography of all kinds. my source of income comes from magazines, newspapers, book and generally promoting my work through any outlet i can find.
Ambitious, self motivated, creative and goal & profit oriented
Worked very effectively both independently and as a member of team
High level of understanding with a long list of experience in photography
Wide practical knowledge on flash lighting system monobloc.
Working in an elaborate studio or in the great outdoors
Enjoying photography as an art form and a potential income
My work is published in the following magazines, newspapers and books
Harper magazine, Decanter magazine, Daily telegraph newspaper, Ekstra bladet magazine, Arkitek magazine, WSJ journal, Total Abandon book, Lebanon A Q&A book.......etc
Thousands of people waving the Free Patriotic Movement's flag took part in the protest in Beirut's Martyrs' Square, forming a sea of orange, demanding new electoral laws, a new Parliament, and immediate Presidential elections.
Lebanese activists have begun an open-ended hunger strike, to pressure the resignation of the environment minister Mohammad Mashnouq. The activists began their hunger strike on Thursday, setting up tents in front of ministry of environment.
Anti-government protesters gather at Riad El Solh Square in front of the Grand Serail to attach banners to the barbed wire wall expressing anger at the failure of political system. They are asking for change with the building of a new electoral law
Hundred of protesters organized a sit in around the Ministry of Environment in Beirut refusing to leave until the office's Minister Mohammed Mashnuq resigned.
Ignited by a waste crisis has widened to reflect anger at the State failure to provide Basic services. Mobilization yesterday showe a real revolution against the incompetence and corruption by sectarian parties that have previously dominated politics
"Life in trash" the situation is catastrophic now in Lebanon road is wrapped by uncollected trash as the government failure to solve trash dump crisis. Yesterday hundred thousand anti-government rally you stink demand environment minister resign.
Can't move have my own corner two hours eye-keeping on TV personality Dima Sadek hosting live coverage from Martyrs square "you stink" campaign organizers one night before rally to benefit of each move giving my 8GB memory card full.
As politicians fail to find a solution Mountains of uncollected trash has permeated the streets of Beirut as some residents have opted to burn the trash in the cans, releasing toxic gases into the air. Wherever you walk you're tripping over garbage.