“Studio Shehrazade”, 2006, Ed. 5 + 1, colour lighjet print, each 110 x 300 cm “Studio Shehrazade”, 1
“Studio Shehrazade”, 2006, Ed. 5 + 1, colour lighjet print, each 110 x 300 cm “Studio Shehrazade”, 1
“Studio Shehrazade”, 2006, Ed. 5 + 1, colour lighjet print, each 110 x 300 cm “Studio Shehrazade”, 1
“Tools”, 2006, Ed. 5 + 1, Series with 12 prints, each 40 x 50 cm
“Tools”, 2006, Ed. 5 + 1, Series with 12 prints, each 40 x 50 cm
“Tools”, 2006, Ed. 5 + 1, Series with 12 prints, each 40 x 50 cm
"Two boys posing with Gevaert film advertisement. Saida, 1966", 2007, Series of 6 modern silver prin
"Two boys posing with Gevaert film advertisement. Saida, 1966", 2007, Series of 6 modern silver prin
"After they joined the Military Struggle. Saida, Early 1970's", 2006,
Series of 16 modern silver prints framed, each 30 x 30 cm

People started to carry guns during the events that took place in 1958 when popular resistance was formed too pose the government under Chamoun’s presidency. Some of the mused to come to the studio, but were not numerous. In the late 1960 s , Palestinians started to be armed, and it became very common to see armed menon the streets in Saida. They used to come to the studio with their arms and very of ten other customers would borrow the guns and pose with them, as an act of showing off - a display of power. When Nasser 5 died in 1970, members of patriotic militias left their beards unshaven for 40 days as a sign of mourning, and came to be photographed with grown beards. It was all show off. They came and acted sad faces. It was fashionable to be sad when Nasser died .
"After they joined the Military Struggle. Saida, Early 1970's", 2006,
Series of 16 modern silver prints framed, each 30 x 30 cm

People started to carry guns during the events that took place in 1958 when popular resistance was formed too pose the government under Chamoun’s presidency. Some of the mused to come to the studio, but were not numerous. In the late 1960 s , Palestinians started to be armed, and it became very common to see armed menon the streets in Saida. They used to come to the studio with their arms and very of ten other customers would borrow the guns and pose with them, as an act of showing off - a display of power. When Nasser 5 died in 1970, members of patriotic militias left their beards unshaven for 40 days as a sign of mourning, and came to be photographed with grown beards. It was all show off. They came and acted sad faces. It was fashionable to be sad when Nasser died .
"Before they joined their military training. Saida. Early 1970s", 2006,
Ed. 5 + 2, Series of 16 modern silver prints framed, each 30 x 30 cm

“In the late 1960s, the Lebanese Army recommend that candidates to military training (former version of of current military service) submit frontal and profi le portraits.”
"Before they joined their military training. Saida. Early 1970s", 2006,
Ed. 5 + 2, Series of 16 modern silver prints framed, each 30 x 30 cm

“In the late 1960s, the Lebanese Army recommend that candidates to military training (former version of of current military service) submit frontal and profi le portraits.”
"Sixty young men posing while crossing the Ain el Helweh bridge, Saida, Early 1950's",
Ed. 5 + 2, Series of 36 modern silver prints framed, each 22 x 15 cm



“Since the 1950s, the concrete bridge in Ain el Helweh was becoming a common place for me to take pictures as it was becoming an extension of the promenade area along the train track. The bridge was the only way to avoid walking through muddy fi elds. Sometimes people used to borrow my bicycle and ask to be photographed with it, or pose next to their cars or motorcycles.”
"Sixty young men posing while crossing the Ain el Helweh bridge, Saida, Early 1950's",
Ed. 5 + 2, Series of 36 modern silver prints framed, each 22 x 15 cm



“Since the 1950s, the concrete bridge in Ain el Helweh was becoming a common place for me to take pictures as it was becoming an extension of the promenade area along the train track. The bridge was the only way to avoid walking through muddy fi elds. Sometimes people used to borrow my bicycle and ask to be photographed with it, or pose next to their cars or motorcycles.”
“Flash Failure photo log. 1950`s”, 2007
Ed. 5 + 2, Series of 22 modern silver prints framed, 22 x 15 cm, 28 x 15 cm, 38 x 15 cm
“Flash Failure photo log. 1950`s”, 2007
“Flash Failure photo log. 1950`s”, 2007
Ed. 5 + 2, Series of 22 modern silver prints framed, 22 x 15 cm, 28 x 15 cm, 38 x 15 cm
“Flash Failure photo log. The moments between. 1950”, 2007, Ed. 5 + 2,
Triptich, black and white lightjet print, 50 x 93 cm, 50 x 73 cm, 50 x 73 cm
“Flash Failure photo log. The moments between. 1950”, 2007, Ed. 5 + 2,
“Flash Failure photo log. The moments between. 1950”, 2007, Ed. 5 + 2,
Triptich, black and white lightjet print, 50 x 93 cm, 50 x 73 cm, 50 x 73 cm
Overview Work
Overview Work
Overview Work