Retired Civil Engineer. Born and lives in Bahrain, I've actively engaged with photography since 2009. I'm fascinated by documenting the everyday life witnessing radical changes in the Kingdom of Bahrain.
<br />For me, documentary photography is an essential tool to preserve in a visual form cultures on the verge of transforming.
<br />I've attended various workshops and participated in numerous exhibitions on and out of the island.
<br />Internationally, I participated with Bahrain Photography Club in the 34th FIAP Black & White Biennial Exhibitions in Seoul, South Korea 2016 and 2018 in Durban, South Africa.
<br />In 2018, I also participated at National Bahrain Annual Fine Arts Exhibition -44, with a work called" A Letter to my Bicycle". In 2019, I participated at Bahrain Annual Fine Arts Exhibition -45 & 46, with a work called "Traces" and" Deconstruction of Memories"
<br /> I also, have curated a book called "Bahraini Cowboys".
<br />In 2020, I participated in "Ramadan in Quarantine" of Sekka online magazine with a Montage photography work and lately in the" Great Lockdown Art Exhibition" at Bin Matar House.