I’m a photographer from Syria now based in Amsterdam. I specialize in reproducing art, artifacts, sculptures, antiques, and design pieces. I also document art exhibitions, interiors, and architectural spaces. My clients are mainly museums, galleries, art foundations, artists, and private collectors in Europe and the Middle East.
I’ve loved taking pictures since I was a child. I was always curious, trying different angles and techniques to capture the world around me. This curiosity led me to explore unique perspectives and experiment with various photography styles, especially focusing on objects and scenes with significant historical value.
In the last ten years, my photography has gained recognition worldwide. Recently, I’ve expanded my skills to archive and photograph art and artifacts. I use my expertise to raise awareness about my technical abilities. My work is well-known in documentary photography, editorial, and heritage imagery, and I’m innovative in using light techniques in my photos.
I come from a family of artists, and their influence guided my passion for photography. I started with a DSLR camera when I was sixteen, realizing that photography was not just a hobby but a fulfilling career.
Now living in the Netherlands, I’ve gained praise for my work in replicating art and documenting various cultural spaces. The rich heritage and diverse landscapes of the Netherlands have provided me with endless inspiration. I’m dedicated to expanding my skills in preserving art and heritage while sharing my unique perspective with the world.
My journey as a photographer reflects my deep passion for capturing the beauty and importance of the world. I’m excited about the future creative challenges and inspiring moments that await me.
Mohammed Bin Rashid Library
Louver Abu Dhabi
Saruq Al Hadid Museum
Sharjah Culture Muesum
Arabian Heritage Center
All images © 2007-2023 George Shahda