Check out my article for Refugees Deeply, My Hidden Misconceptions About Refugees, which elaborates on my experience in Zaatari Refugee Camp, reinforcing the importance of context in order to tell complete stories.
My experience with media journalism recently crossed into the world of sound and radio. During my time at Oxford, I became a podcast editor for the Oxford University International Relations Society (IRSoc). Their expansive and fluid expectations gave me the freedom to explore any topic of interest as long as it related to international relations….
My article for the Oxford University International Relations Society attempts to make sense of the complexity of the international refugee regime. My conclusion seems radical but I firmly believe in its truth.
An interview with Esther Ciammachilli for WBHM discussing my experiences in Zaatari as well as writing and producing the music for the film with my bandmate Thomas Woodham.
Music for Syria
Check out my blog post for the Oxford University International Relations Society where I explore the realities of being a refugee through personal stories.
A short documentary showing the journey made by Syrian refugees currently residing in the Zaatari Syrian Refugee Camp in Jordan, where 81,000 Syrians live in close quarters. However, this film’s purpose is to show the beauty and resilience of the Syrian people, turning the numbers into a source of empathy for humanity. In the summer…
Creating a documentary film from scratch.
What being a TEDx speaker really feels like.