Moussa Faddoul is a photography instructor and an experienced photojournalist. He taught photography & film at Loyola High School in Montreal, is currently teaching Digital Photography at Dundas Valley School of Art and giving workshops and lectures around the GTA.
His photojournalism work has taken him across the globe. From Canada’s frigid Arctic documenting Aboriginal issues to the Horn of Africa capturing women’s struggles. From the conflict-ridden Middle East, through religious events in Rome, to NGO’s work in Mexico. His work has been featured in national publications including The Globe and Mail, America Magazine, WedLuxe, The Bridal Guide, CBC, CTV, and Global TV. In 2016 his photo essay La Madre “Mother” won the Canadian Church Press Award of the year.
FOTOREFLECTION is Moussa’s dream coming true where he gets to create a stress-free photoshoot experience for people who value quality and invest in preserving important family moments.
When not behind the lens, Moussa enjoys soccer, mountain biking, skiing, swimming, traveling, hiking and reading.
+ Patience is the sharpest lens I’ve ever used
+ Kindness is my favorite composition technique.
+ I like to click, with people.
+ Creativity is the art of humbleness.
+ Of all the awards I’ve won your smile is my favorite.
+ The child in me is fascinated by light and shadows.
+ Fotoreflection is a reflection of my feelings.
+ The best makeup for a portrait is confidence.
+ Photoshop does not remove blemishes. Your joy does.
+ Yes I’m an entrepreneur and I run this like a business but the faces in my viewfinder always look like friends.
+ My camera is my voice.
+ You are beautiful just as you are.
+ Your kindness is heartwarming.
+ I’m curious and love to explore.
+ I care, Beyond The Frame!