"I hear voices from his photographs. By using a lens, he doesn't just capture what appears to be on the surface. All of Ontoshiki photographs reflects a momentary brightness, hidden meanings, stories and emotions. He is flexible and expressive and has the ability to create a style that is to the point, in any moment, any situation. You'll be impressed when you shoot with him. I'm strongly inspired by his works of art - and himself."
“I have been bullied and threatened but I will not be intimidated by them. I will fight the Muslim Brotherhood until each and everyone of them are put in jail.”
Those were the words of Mervat, one of a number of women who have empowered themselves to speak out and take action amidst the political and economical turmoil facing Egypt. [...]
This sequence with actress Jennie-Jane Monnaie was inspired by the classic Sheena Easton hit, 9 to 5 (the morning train). It's about a woman who waits all day for her man to come home from work.
In my childhood during the 80s, my parents used to play Sheena Easton tracks all the time in[...]
This is a quick 10 minute impromptu shoot with actor Ahmed Ragaae. I hope you like the cheesy ending ;)
...and a photo of me by Ahmed which I quite like , except for my small squinty eyes ;p