Date of birth: Feb 1943
Languages: English, Arabic
Art Education Studies:
Art and Graphics: Guvder School of Art. Beirut
Photography: (By correspondence) Modern Photography the USA
Video and Editing: Crosswind Films Ltd. London, UK
Medal, from UNESCO/ACCU
World Photo Contest-theme “The Family”
9.117 entries from 133 countries
Special Merit Certificate, from the British
Industrial Film Association, London
Seiko Corporation Prize “Living Together”
First prize from “Oscar photographic 99”. Signed by Ministry of Tourism
Occupation: 1997 – Today “Lebanon” Free Lance Photographer
December 2015 - Munir - A lifetime journey captured
November 2004 - Published Lebanon through the lens of Munir Nasr
A 128-page photo book including 300 photographs depicting the beauty and natural wonders of ancient and modern Lebanon.
Reprinted six times in English and twice in French within 32 months awarded it the title bestseller by the ministry of tourism according to Librairie Antoine statistics. Now also available in Arabic, German, Spanish, and Italian.
March 1999 - Published Liban Village du Ciel
A 100-page photo book worked on with Father Mansour Labaki in which the photos were taken specifically to match the text written by him.
One of my photographs was selected to memorize the Nobel Peace Prize 2001 given to the United Nations.
Published a series of greeting and postcards.
Held photo exhibition at the French cultural center. Supported by the ministry of education and the French ambassador.
Worked for the ministry of tourism, many of my photos were printed as posters, calendars, books, etc...
Worked for several advertising companies and humanitarian organizations such as the SOS children Villages and Auxilia.
1978 – 1997 “ Vienna Austria “
Photographer/ Designer for the UN
Responsible for photography taken and designing: Posters, Annual Reports, News Letters, All kinds of Brochures and publications, Exhibitions etc.
Hundreds of my photographs taken for the UN were exhibited and published all over the world. Permanent photo exhibitions were held at the Vienna Austria Centre.