I am a full time mom of three adorable kids; two adorable teens , and an amazingly cute baby. I hold a bachelor’s degree of science from the AUC, but in my heart I hold a lifetime passion for photography that came with my genes. I inherited that one from my daddy !
I have a lifelong love for colors, textures, crafts and all kinds of visual arts. Let alone my endless love for babies and kids and their dreamy wonder worlds. And yes, that makes me one of the biggest disney fans ever! I can never get enough inspirations from it’s timeless cartoon movies. The music, the colors, the mood…… it never fails to both amuse and fascinate me. I can only use as many inspirations to cheer up my world, mostly my photography one!
I started practicing photography when I was a teen using the world’s smallest film camera, then a normal kodak film one. On the path of developing my technical photography skills, I invested in a Yashica film camera to get a good grib of the craft, not much knowing that I will end up with a digital Nokia to start my professional career!
Looking at a photo, one doesn’t see the hard job behind it. A professional shot is a synchronized effort of the heart and mind. It happens when the photographer takes a deep breath and awaits the perfect moment to push that shoot button on his camera! That moment will not only behold the real soul of the model but also the heart of the photographer behind the camera, together immortalized into a frame. My dear friend, the talented newborn and children photographer Iman Khairy never fails at doing just that.
PSA Middle East Ambassador
In 2006 I started to seek hands on practice in the field, and as a keen student, I could only learn from the gurus of the craft; the Egyptian international award winning fine art photographer Ayman Lotfy, the master of fashion and advertising photography Mohamed Ismail, the most talented fashion photographer Ahmed Barakat , and last but not least my AUC professor Robert Jones. I commercially started my professional career as a Newborn and Child photographer in 2010 with the famous Egyptian Insight Magazine and never stopped since then. I worked from my home studio till the official launch of Belle Studio late in 2016. I have also finished lots of online and hand on practice classes in newborn photography before I made that move in 2016. In 2018, I was honored to be tutored by the most famous and talented Wedding Photographer Fadi Gwanny.