"Creating to inspire action!"
Fouad Abou-Rizk is a Winston-Salem, North Carolina based photographer and videographer.
How do you say his name?
This is the question that he gets asked the most! His first name is Fouad. Fou as in food, ad as in odd. His last name is a combination of two names: Abou and Rizk. Pronounce Abou like the monkey in Aladdin, and Rizk like risk with a Z instead of an S. It is a Lebanese name.
Fouad is passionate about creating to inspire people to help others.
Fouad thinks the best path he can take with his skills is to create content that will provoke people to take action to help those who are in need.
Fouad is passionate about capturing nature with his camera.
He is amazed at the beauty of the world we live in and loves to capture it and share it with others.
Fouad is passionate about being with and helping those who suffer.
He loved that he was able to volunteer at a local nursing home (almost) every weekend in 2017. He currently operates a blog called Humanitarian Prayers to raise awareness about current crises.
Fouad specializes in audio-visual production and photography.
In photography, he is experienced in light painting, studio photography, portraits, and more. In video, he has worked in planning, filming, and editing videos featuring small businesses, musicians, nonprofits, and more. He has worked as the Director of Photography for a short film. In audio, he has worked as the Mixer for a 20+ minute short film and is experienced in ADR (Automated Dialogue Replacement) and foley work as well as audio-only work, such as content for radio or podcasting. View his portfolio to see his best work.
His goal is to be an photojournalist and/or documentary filmmaker for humanitarian organizations.