Rabih Ibrahim is a Dubai-based, Lebanese, award-winning art photographer and filmmaker, with a certificate in filmmaking from Afilm Barcelona Film School. He is also an architect with over 10 years of architectural practice and design experience. Rabih has participated in numerous commissions in architectural photography. He held a photography exhibition “Victims:Walls” in Beirut, a personal expression project. Rabih’s work has been published in books, magazines, and online publications.
Rabih is a business and innovation strategist, researcher and designer focused on tackling complex problems through cross- and post-disciplinary thinking to create genuine impact. He holds a Master of Science degree in Strategic Design and Management from Parsons School of Design, New York, and an MBA from Quantic School of Business and Technology.
Rabih has teaching experience at the Lebanese American University, Beirut, where he taught a course in Architectural Photography.
“I believe in the power of images, static and in motion. Photography is my voice and alter ego. It is my unlimited space and parallel life. The strongest connection to the core of who am I and the wildest fantasy of who I could be,” Rabih Ibrahim shares.
In regards to his style, he explains: “I am a proponent for a rhythmic photography form. My work edges between an amorphic visual experience and clear-cut high intensity grainy monochromatic visual, both manifested through the state of static and moving imagery.”