Mansour is a documentary style and travel photographer from Cairo who has been living in Southeast Asia for over two years. An avid explorer, his adventures have taken him through India, Myanmar and Indonesia, among other countries. His work is mainly focused on documenting the daily life of people from different ethnicities, and photographing aspects of culture and street life with a journalistic approach.
Most recently Mansour’s work has featured in Urbanist Hanoi and Vice Magazine. He has an exhibition forthcoming at the Indonesian Embassy, Hanoi about life in a Sasak tribal fishing village in Lombok.
You can see more from Mansour’s portfolio here.
Heading out with Mansour it was clear to see he had not only a great passion for photography and, in particular, imparting skills and tips in very conducive manner, but also a warmth and understanding of the countless people we encountered on route. (Tony, UK)