I was born in 1992 in Lebanon, a fragmented country that had to reinvent itself. At the age of 16 I started to use my camera to question Beirut, its people, and my place among them. I graduated with a master degree in photography from Alba in 2015. I took part in both national and international collective exhibitions, including “Infinite identities” (Amsterdam), 3ème biennale des photographes du monde arabe (Paris), “C’est Beyrouth“ (Paris), Berlin PhotoWeek, Photomed (Beirut). I received the Purple Lens Award in 2014, which lead to my first solo exhibition in 2015. My second solo exhibition took place at the French institute of Lebanon in 2019. Today I use photography to explore, defy and resist society.