Nadim Bou Habib is a Lebanese photographer, born and raised in Beirut in 1982.
He started his Biochemistry studies then shifted to Photography, the major he was always fascinated by, due to his curiosity in discovering and learning about the world he lives in. In 2007, he receives his Masters in Photography from the Univeriste Saint-Esprit De Kaslik (USEK), for the project he did about the Hedjaz Railway, built a century ago by the Ottomans, and he traveled between Syria, Jordan, and Turkey & Iran, searching to reveal its secrets. His work has been published in several international magazines, like Soura Magazine, Asian Geographic Passport and Alef Magazine. He has exhibited in the International Photo Gathering in Syria and in Lebanon at the USEK and the International Byblos Festival.Nadim recently attended the Foundry Photo Workshop in Istanbul, were Ron Haviv tutored him. For his work there, he got the award of the Most Persistent and Stubborn Photographer. Currently Nadim is based in Beirut and working on several projects in his home country.