Joumana Jamhouri is Lebanese. She graduated from the NYIP, New York and is specialized in Industrial and Architectural as well as Landscape and Documentary Photography. She currently lives in Lebanon.
Her clients include, among others, Sidem, Matelec Group (Lebanon, Egypt, Jordan and France), Cimenterie Nationale, Pikasso, Delmoon Group, Pepsi, Almaza, Tropicana and the René Moawad Foundation. She also teaches in this field at Saint Joseph University’s “Université pour tous”.
Her work has been published in several magazines and shown in many individual and collective exhibitions in Lebanon, Abu-Dhabi, Mexico, Washington, Munich, Sao Paolo, Paris and New York’s prestigious MoMa. She has illustrated various books such as Nina Jidejian’s “Tripoli” and Help Lebanon’s “La Colline des Hirondelles” and contributed to Quantum and Dar An-Nahar’s “Independence 05, The Beirut spring”. She was commissioned to be the Photographer for the renowned Baalbeck Festival’s Program in 2009, 2010 and 2011. Her first monograph “Le Liban et la Mer” was published in December 2008.