Hossein started out as a hobbyist photographer. Born in 1985 in Isfahan, Iran, he was working as a web developer when exchanges with his street photography subjects started to bring him into closer dialogue with the people he passed by every day. Fascinated with the contours of the earth (holding a BS in cartography and an MS in geomorphology), he felt drawn to study the contours of the human spirit more closely. Portraits and documentary-style projects soon began to fill his portfolio.
Questions of society, humankind, and identity continue to orient his art. The humanistic exploration that came so naturally to him as a hobby has earned him renown as a photojournalist and documentary photographer, with achievements in the Guardian, and the British Journal of Photography, as well as awards from Photo District News (PDN), Sony World Photography and Portrait of humanity.
Currently, he resides in the Netherlands, new surroundings that have drawn his eye to contemporary formats. It is in this context — as well as through his studies at the Royal Academy of Arts, The Hague — that he has come to visualize abstract lines of inquiry that elude classic formats. In tandem with his academic curriculum, he develops on personal short- and long-term projects that foster this innate curiosity on the forces of life.
2020 - Louisiana State Museum as part of PhotoNOLA Festival - New Orleans, United States
2019 - National Centre For Photography - Ballarat, Victoria, Australia
2019 - LagosPhoto Festival - Lagos, Nigeria
2019 - Organ Vida International Photography Festival - Zagreb, Croatia
2019 - Helsinki photo festival - Helsinki, Finland
2018 - Sony World Photography Awards 2018 – The United Kingdom, London
2018 - Memories - Loosen Art - Italy, Roma
2018 - Talents of the year 2018 - Independent photographer - Germany, Berlin
2018 - I belong - PhotoEast - The United Kingdom, Neptune Quay
2017 - The Mind's Eye - All About Photo - USA, San Francisco
2017 - I’ll be your mirrors – Portrait exhibition – USA, California
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2017 - The Essence of Monochrome - Hungary, Budapest
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