Bahaa Ghoussainy is a photographic artist currently based in Beirut, Lebanon. Interested in the visual dynamics of design, architecture and photography, he uses the photographic medium to communicate ideas and observations. Ghoussainy received his MA in Photography at UWE Bristol, before which he had been practicing architecture and photography in Lebanon.
Ghoussainy tends to incorporate digital technology and other alternative image-making methods within his practice; he believes that there is an intrinsic relationship between imagery and architecture, which he communicates through his work, in terms of both the themes of his projects and the methods utilized in their production.
His recent work focuses on the evolution of the built environment and the effects of technology on the physical world. It explores the transformation of spatial and material qualities of architecture, and their translation into two-dimensional photographic works.
Ghoussainy’s work has been shown in several exhibitions across Europe and has received multiple awards including winning the London International Creative Competition in 2020.
Ghoussainy’s commercial practice includes architectural and interior photography. His work has been featured in many international platforms and magazines including Archdaily, Archinect, Architect Magazine, Architectural Digest, Designboom, Dezeen, Divisare, Domus, Mark Magazine, The Independent, and many others.
Ghoussainy is based between the UK and Lebanon and is available for commissions worldwide.