Mohammed Massoud Morsi is an Egyptian-Danish-Australian photographer, journalist and author, whose work has been published in all three of his traditional languages. He spent almost two decades as a freelance photo-journalist immersed in communities with forgotten people and conflicts around the world. He primarily worked for NGOs and published feature articles in Danish newspapers. Along the way, he also held a wide variety of jobs (airline programmer, forklift driver, fisherman, etc.) and expressed an entrepreneurial flair establishing a photographic academy in Copenhagen, building a school in a Phnom Penh slum, growing herbs guerrilla style and farming rabbits in Egypt.
Morsi, who has lived in Europe, Africa and Asia before taking up residence in Australia, has written three novels and five works of non-fiction. Now a citizen of Australia, he lives in Perth with his son, Zaki.
View Morsi’s website at: www.livinginthestrange.com