My passion about photography, It roots back to the year 2002, when I started working as a librarian for “Hoze–Honari” (Art Center), a library that is dedicated to the subject of the war between Iran and Iraq.
I recall perfectly that day during my activity there, when I came across a collection of war photos shot by Saeid Sadeghi. It caught my attention right away and instantly became an object of fascination for me. Ever since that particular moment, leafing through photo collections has become one of my most intense passions in life.
After dedicating a period of time to experimental photography, I started to study this area of photography academically. The next step was becoming a member of “Iranian photographers’ House”, a non-profit photography school where I studied for one year. Then followed a period of practical training during which I was given important lessons from experts such as Saeid Dastori, Rasoule Oliyazade and others.
After one year gathering experience there, I started to study Photography at the “University of Applied Sciences and Technology“.
As every amateur photographer does, I explored different fields of photography. But in the end, portrait and street photography became my main interest.
In 2013, in order to gain new degrees, I moved to Italy and continued with my studies at the “Florence Fine Arts Academy“.