Samer Mohdad was born in 1964 in Bzebdine, Lebanon, to a father who was an engineer and a mother who was a poet. After the Lebanese Civil War broke out, his adolescence was marked by bombs, exile fighting, and the death of close friends and acquaintances. Since 2001, he has worked for various prestigious photography-related organisations in Europe and Lebanon as a communications expert ,project manager, liaison, and advocate for local populations in the Arab world and Africa, using photography and motion pictures as a medium of communication.
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