In1976, in the historical town of Byblos, Lebanon, Jean Pierre Tarabay was born. In 1999, he graduated with honors in photography from the University of Holy Spirit Kaslik.
Escaping the realm of reality, he found his fond and keen interest in photography. Since then, he has held countless personal and group exhibitions, locally and abroad. He also teaches and lectures at various universities throughout the Lebanese region. His experience element goes into numerous different photography approaches such as fashion, advertising, documentary, portrait, nature, architecture, jewelry, industrial and more. He combines technical and artistic photography skills with his knowledge of business. His commercial work is based on private clients, top agencies and magazines.
His client needs are his primary focus. He's easygoing and comfortable to work with yet a true professional in his approach to delivering the project on time and with outstanding results. In his free, time he manages to pursue his love of photography by developing new artistic photography concepts. He looks forward to new and interesting challenges.
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