I’m 22 years old and a Master photography student at London College of Communication.
Photography has been in my life since a very young age.
It all started at the age of 6 when I received my first camera. While traveling a lot with my parents, I documented the trips with the disposable cameras they gave me.
At the age of 15, a photo which was published in a newspaper struck me. The photo was a riot police officer who had been hit by a Molotov cocktail. The emotion and the power of the image made me want to be able to communicate with the same visual intensity.
At that moment, I decided that I wanted to become a visual storyteller.
With time, I became more and more determined and now I have a degree in Photography. After focusing on the technical part of photography in school, most of my spare time is spent on documentary and reporting photography.
I like to spend time on making a photographic series of people, their happiness, their daily issues and their struggles, all while living with them. In the middle of the action and in every picture, I try to tell a story or to capture a certain emotion.
2019: MA Photojournalism and Documentary Photography at LCC (UAL)
2019: Ian Parry Scholarship Portfolio Review
2019: Honourable mention IPA
2019: Photo 1 Magazine exhibition at the American University in Cairo
2019: SOFAM price for a graduation project
2019: Graduated at Narafi Luca School of Arts with a BA Photography
2019: Canon student development program at visa pour l’image
2019: Head Photo Editor at Reporters
2019: 2-month internship at Reporters
2018: DMJX Photo 1 course (Erasmus)
2018: Nominee Breda Photo 2018 with the project: The Eye of Providence
2018: Wet Colaudium Photography workshop with Luca School of Arts
2018 All at once visual storytelling workshop with VII Photo Agency
2018 Fashion Photography workshop with Luca School of Arts Narafi
2017 Magnum Workshop, Brussels (during BSPF) - 4 days workshop
2017 Reportage Week in Lille with Luca School of Arts Narafi