My First Art Exhibition in London!

“Eleven artists living in the Middle East step out of their workshops and share their stories of resilience in a collective art exhibition. The project not only transmits the voices of people in adversity but also invites the international audience to explore creative ways of dealing with their own difficulties and stuggles.”

To all of you lovely Londoners, or whoever is in London between the 16th of August and 6th of September, this is an official invitation to the Tints of Resilience group show at P21 Gallery! There will also be some additional sub-events like performance art and workshops for children, so make sure to check out the Tints of Resilience Facebook page for more info on those events.

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RENTING OUR FIRST FLAT PART 1: THE SEARCH TECHNICALITIES.

May 30, 2018

It has been around two months since Ahmed and I rented our first flat, and I would love to take the time to share our experience in hopes that it may help some of you who are looking to move out/rent for the first time! Also, apologies in advance if this post gets a bit more technical than personal. ♥

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BETWEEN ART AND NEW CHAPTERS

February 7, 2018

It’s weird how time managed to fly. We’re already a week into February and some pretty exciting things are happening during this packed month!

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LONG EXPOSURES IN CENTRAL LONDON.

January 15, 2018

It may sound weird, but for a long time, I shied away from dabbling with both night and long exposure photography, until last Saturday.

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CHRISTMAS LIGHTS.

December 25, 2017

After spending all day Saturday in bed binge watching Mr. Robot (MIND BLOWN) and anime movies, it was time to freshen up and get into the Christmas vibes yesterday. And what better way to do it than to put on my quirky red pants and hit Central London with mi lovey.

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BACK IN LONDON – 2 WEEK UPDATE.

December 20, 2017

I am so excited to be back in London after spending two months in Beirut with my family, doing some work, and finishing up some things. Though the journey wasn’t the most pleasant (probably going to rant about that in another post), buuuut this time Ahmed and I have some big projects ahead of us!

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