As a photographer in Boston,
I tell people’s stories truthfully, with curiosity and respect. I lived in North Africa and the Middle East for almost 10 years, photographing culture, politics, and war for global magazines and newspapers. In 2020, I moved to Boston to focus these documentary photography skills on this dynamic moment in the US.
I also enjoy working with individuals, companies, and other organizations to tell their stories. Most of my commercial photography is based in Boston, but I have been commissioned for projects worldwide, ranging from expedition photography on Mt. Everest to industrial photography in Egypt.
In my work, I draw on a wide set of skills, including video production, portraiture, and infrared photography. Most recently, I have been using drone photography to scan the full height of tall trees for Smithsonian Magazine.
In American cities, pigeons are rats with wings. But in Cairo, they are an art form.