I was born in Tehran - the capital city of Iran- in 1988. I got acquainted with computer and its concepts at the age of 13 for the first time and 2 years later I began to learn some other computer software such as Photoshop and 3D Max. At the beginning of that period, working with those applications was a kind of hobby for me, but thereafter, I decided to practice and learn them more professionally and in a much more passionate way.
My field of study before and after the Technical High School was Computer with the major of Graphics. At the age of 19, I started instructing 3D Max and Photoshop in the form of multimedia and also cooperating with ‘Alborz Computerized Co.’ for a period of 2 years as well as ‘Darya Soft Co.’ in the same field for a short period of time. At that time, I produced a short animated film (themed alphabet for children) with the assistance of my cousin that was published by ‘Alborz Co.
Amongst all these professional challenges, I have always had an eye to photography, especially portrait photography and still I am doing photography and photo editing in a semiprofessional way.
In 2010, I gradually became interested in architecture and got familiar with ‘Rezco Industrial Group’ accidentally and ever since I have been collaborating with them as a 3D designer on contractual basis. This cooperation has been a great experience for me and has enormously helped me out to develop my skills in the fields of design and architecture.
Some of the projects in which I have been involved in terms of 3D design are as follows:
- Amphitheater of Iranian Ministry of Energy
- Amphitheater of Islamic Azad University, Hamedan Branch
- Shargh Laboratory of Tehran
- Aftab Residential Complexes
- Lobby saloon of Iranian Parliament
- Amphitheater of Shayan Hotel in Kish Island
- Karim-Khan Hotel Suite in Shiraz
- Persian Cinema
- Amphitheater of Saderat Bank in Zanjan
- Amphitheater of Esfahan Mobarakeh Steel Complex
At present, I am still engaged in doing some related projects of 3D design and I have planned to continue it yet further.