Xianggong mountain in Guangxi province, China


Harem, 24, is a Kurdish photographer based in Erbil, Iraq. Since 2012, he has been traveling widely, capturing the myriad beauty of Kurdistan and China through both his landscape photography and his documentation of cultural practices and everyday life.

Harem's work has been exhibited in and won awards from various photography organizations, ranging from the Image Colleague Society in the USA to the Young Photographers of the World (FIAP and ICS AUSPICES). 

"For me, emotion is the most important element of creativity in my art. Photography is more than just a graphical representation of an object or place; a well-crafted photograph needs to tell a story, stimulate the emotions, create intrigue or elicit some reaction. Photography is more than an enjoyable pastime - it transcends the daily grind, it helps me live life."


My equipments:

Nikon D750 with Nikkor 14-24 F2.8, Nikkor 24-70 F2.8, Tamron 45 VC and Sigma 85mm F1.4 Art                       

Fujifilm Xe3 with Fujnon 35mm F1.4 and Fujinon 23mm F2

Sirui W2204 Carbon Fiber Tripod