Born in Alexandria 1988, Student at the Faculty of Fine Arts Architecture department. Interested in Arts, Design, and Multimedia.
I have been working as a freelancer graphic designer and photographer since 2007 inside and outside Egypt.
Participated in workshops and exhibitions in photography, design, and art.
Working under the quote: See to Think, Think to Design, and Design to Live.
Tammy Gaber, PhD
Tammy has spent most of her life in Canada, and graduated from the University of Waterloo, Canada, with a Bachelor Degree in Environmental Studies and Â a Bachelor degree in Architecture. During her undergraduate studies she travelled extensively through international work-terms abroad including an archaeological dig in Tunisia where she drew the architectural remains of and reconstructed the Roman Odeon in Carthage. As well, during her undergraduate studies she spent a semester abroad in Rome, Italy, studying the local ancient and contemporary architecture of the country.
Upon moving to Cairo several years ago she completed her Masters and PhD degrees from Cairo University in Architecture from the Faculty of Engineering. Tammy has published articles in local and international architecture magazines and participated in conferences about architecture and design. As well she has entered several design competitions placed well in a number of them including special recognition in 2003 by the Egyptian union of Architects. She has been teaching design, history and theory courses in the Architecture department at a local university since 2000. Currently she teaches full time as Lecturer of Architecture at the British University in Egypt and as an Adjunct Professor in the Faculty of Performing Visual Arts at the American University in Cairo.
She is an avid believer in learning by travelling, writing, drawing and most importantly by teaching.
Nabeel Elhady is a professor and architect born in 1964. He holds a Bachelor of Architecture with honors from Cairo University where he was also awarded the Masters of Architecture and then the Doctorate of Architecture in 1997.
He used to be a fellow of the Architectural Association in London 1992/93. He was also a Visiting scholar at the University of California at Berkeley during 1994-95.
Currently he is an Associate professor at Cairo University, where he teaches Architectural design, History of urban form, Aestetics and Architectural criticism.
In addition, He intiated and organized (through the architectural dept. at cairo university) the annual architectural students' competiton. He also organizes the public lectures by the international members of the jury.
Besides the academic responsibilities he is a practicing architect in his private practice named "noon" since 1998. Through the projects undertaken by the office, continuous attempts are made to blend theories with realities in order to bring about architecture that respects humanity and nature.
Jim Rossignol is a games critic writer and journalist based in the UK. After graduating from the University of Southampton, Rossignol started his career as a reporter on a finance newsletter. He was fired from the job due to obsession with a video game. Currently he is the Director and Editor at Rock, Paper, Shotgun LTD. He aims to produce the best writing about video games and gaming culture anywhere in the world.