..I was born in a lovely village at the Syrian north in Hamah. My childhood memories exist of sunny days and hours of hide and seek between the trees. My family and I moved to Damascus, where I did high school and studied journalism.
, though I have always been in love with the visual arts. My work is an expression of my dreams and feelings, the best of it follows intense emotions. I'm working on my skills to make a film soon....I can't wait :)
i don't believe in any religion i don't think that i need religion to live this life happily ...that why i can love all kind of people freely without judging
Currently I'm exposing in Beirut (Hamra, de Prague cafe, near HSBC Bank) for all of September. The exposition is called 'Migrant Workers'. It is a tribute to Lebanon's migrant worker community from Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Syria, Philippines, Ethiopia and many other countries. Migrant workers in Lebanon are subjected to racism on a daily basis, usually underpaid and overworked. This exposition is an invitation to share their plight and contribute to eliminating racism in Lebanon.