Skander Khlif (born 10 October 1983) is a Germany-based Tunisian engineer and contemporary street photographer.
He studied High Frequency Technology and human machine interface. Attended the Friedrich-Alexander University of Erlangen-Nurnberg and earned his master’s degree in Engineering.
Before having lived in 8 different cities, he grew up in Tunis where like most of the local kids he spent most of his time playing and wandering the streets of his quarter. Today he considers the Street as a theater stage where every one is playing, acting and performing. Street photography became his favorite way of looking at the world. As a lover of stolen shots, he is a light seeker in search of stories to tell. Fascinated by emotions, and relationships between people and their environments. He aims to capture this elusive, special moment which will never happen again.
His work has been showed in several collective books and exhibitions and he is currently preparing his first personal exhibition.