My photo in L’Orient Le Jour

Patineurs passionnés cherchent skate park officiel au Liban  Par Théau MONNET | 08/06/2012 Deux jeunes patineurs lors de l’ouverture du Pop-Up. Photo Rita Kamel Par manque de moyens suffisants, la Continue Reading →

Lebanese skaters to develop their own identity

The Lebanese Skateboarding Association (LSA) has partnered with Youngberry Agency, youth marketing agency, to engage Lebanese skateboarders of all ages in conceptualizing the association’s new brand identity. LSA is a Continue Reading →

Pop-up skate park at Beirut new waterfront

Open till June 15th from 1pm till 7pm. The need for a public permanent skate park is obvious. Skaters aren’t allowed to skate anywhere and it doesn’t make any sense. Continue Reading →

Go skate!

Go skate is an image I took during an event hosted by the Lebanese Skating Association. Someone shared it on Tumblr and it has been re-shared and liked 1,208 times! Continue Reading →

My photos in Tagged (Issue #2, Fall 2011)

My pictures were used in Tagged magazine Issue #2, Fall 2011. Again, although it was clear in the emails that attribution was the major condition, Tagged failed to tag my Continue Reading →

At least in heaven we can skate

Join the Lebanese Skateboarding Association in their efforts to: Lobby to secure opening of safe public skateboard parks in Lebanon. Increase awareness about skateboard. Increase public knowledge about the sport Continue Reading →

Featured in L’Orient Le Jour Junior (September 2011, No. 33)

Public parks for the skaters!! Join the Lebanese Skateboarding Association’s page on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Skate.LB More pictures about the skateboarders can be found in the Lebanese Skateboarding Association album on Flickr.  

Lebanese Skateboarding Association’s demonstration: A blast!

Last  Sunday, the Lebanese Skateboarding Association invited the public for a demonstration in Beirut. I wasn’t sure what to expect as this sport is ill supported in Lebanon. But I Continue Reading →