I photograph Jordan’s Election and King Abdullah II in one of his palaces for an exclusive story by The Atlantic’s Jeffery Goldberg.
Originally published on the front page of The Guardian A portrait of Professor Ali Mohamed Zaki in his office in CAIRO, EGYPT on March 15 . Dr. Zaki diagnosed the first patient with a strain of the Corona virus in Saudi Arabia. He was then fired for announcing it himself, but the information was later [...]
On the edge of Dahshur Egypt new holes have been made by artifact thieves, digging beside the archeological sites of Sneferu’s Pyramids. These include Sneferu’s Red Pyramid, and Sneferu’s Bent Pyramid. Since the revolution the Egyptian security forces haven’t been guarding archeological sites as much as in the past. Making independent archeological exploration easier. Dahshur [...]
Origionally published in The National: Cracking the mysteries of the Egyptian revolution proves elusive Mohsin Bahnasi is a human rights lawyer involved with a special committee called by Morsi to find the truth of what happened since the start of the revolution in Cairo, Egypt on January 17. He rests his hand on the summary [...]
Another story from Syria: LIVING UNDER FIRE IN HOMS This article and photos were origionally published in VICE magazine: THE DELUSIONS OF ASSAD Twice, I have received visas to go photograph the pro-Assad districts in Damascus. Many journalists are denied entry. No reason is ever given. In September, I flew into Damascus for my second [...]
The flat water and strong winds make the El Gouna beach an ideal place for kitesurfing. A few companies including “Red Zone” have set up businesses teaching and renting equipment to mainly European tourists.
Flat6Labs, the start-up incubator based in Egypt, is planning to expand to other countries in the Arabian Gulf and Middle East, and is in talks with potential partners in the UAE. The Cairo-based incubator, a partnership between the American University of Cairo and the venture capital firm Sarwari Ventures, was founded at the start of [...]
The sugarcane harvest season lasts 4 months in southern Egypt. It’s mainly a manual process of cutting down the stalks, stacking them on transport trains, and sending them off to the factory to be turned into sugar.