Mohamed Ali eddin is a freelance photojournalist interested in human rights and workers’ issues. Most of his photo stories reflect Egyptian life outside Cairo, where people suffer from the lack of public services. In order to find those stories, he spends most of his time traveling across the country.
Starting his career as a reporter, Mohamed was passionate about finding interesting stories that touched readers. He soon noticed that even good writing went unread without photographs to help tell the story visually. That realization led him to focus more on photojournalism and how a photographer can tell the whole story without words.