Tell us about yourself, who are you, where are you from, and what do you do?

I’m Muhcine Ennou, 23 years old, and I was born in Rabat and raised in Sale “Morocco”.

I do UI/UX Design and Photography as a “Freelancer”.

Muhcine Ennou PhotographyHow did you get started doing what you do?
My introduction to Photography was unintentional, when I went to study Graphic & Web Design in Rabat “Morocco”, I began taking pictures to bring texture into my design work. But before I knew it, I realized that Photography was my true passion. The camera has become a great tool for telling untold stories. In a relatively short amount of time, I have earned the respect of Artists, Photographers, and celebrities alike.

Muhcine Ennou PhotographyWhat’s your inspiration?
Life, Silence, Sea, and Architecture.

What is art to you?
My language.

Muhcine Ennou PhotographyHow do you keep motivated?
It’s just a state of mind, once you know how it work, it’s all your’s.

What, if anything, would you tell your younger self?
never be afraid of doing things you like doing, just get out there and do it.

Muhcine Ennou PhotographyWhat’s the best advice you’ve been given?
It’s better to have a short life that is full of what you like doing than a long life spent in a miserable way. Dream big, work hard, think smart, and stay humble.

Any words of wisdom to aspiring artists who want to pursue a similar career?
Just do what you wanna do, it doesn’t matter what it is, just do it and keep doing it, and  someday you’ll become a master at it.

Muhcine Ennou PhotographyWhat are your thoughts on art school?
I’ve been in one before and it never gave me anything, just words on papers, there’s no better teacher than yourself, and there’s no friends better than great books.

What’s your dream project?
Travel the world, and meet people, discover cultures, and take pictures of course.

Muhcine Ennou PhotographyTell us about your use of triangles…
Its just a concept of showing the power of geometry in photography and sometimes you’ll see an upside down triangle, also known as the Karpman Triangle.

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Posted by:Casey Webb

Founder & Editor-in-Chief of Jung Katz, as well as Editor for ZIIBRA.

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