Born in 1990, Cynthia Ghoussoub is a Lebanese photographer & artist. She holds a Bachelors degree in photography from Notre Dame University, Lebanon (2015). Ghoussoub’s work is versatile and explores many themes related to the self, memory and social identity.

The artist participated in several group exhibitions namely at NDU gallery, the Italian embassy in Beirut, and Art Factum Gallery. Her first Solo exhibition took place in November 2015 at KAF Contemporary Art Gallery. She was also featured in the October 2015 issue of Arab Ad Magazine.

In March-April of 2018, Cynthia participated in season 2 of “I am National Geographic Photographer”, a four-part mini-series that features four amateur photographers who compete against one another in a series of challenges as they try to capture a photograph worthy of being featured in National Geographic. 

Cynthia is currently managing Beirut Center Of Photography a non-profit organization dedicated to photographers and visual storytellers around the MENA region. She is also the Web and Content Manager of the organization’s website.