Wassim Serhan is a Palestinian American photographer who lives and works in New York City. From a young age, Wassim has always had an interest in people, a curiosity that inspired him to create photographs, turning the mundane into a spectacle illusion. Wassim’s passion for candid street style photography started in 2003 where he was part of the team filming a documentary about Haiti. Intuition is a key factor in Wassim’s street photography work; using the streets as scenes to communicate and story-tell. Travel is important for Wassim, learning about new cultures, and using the streets as visual playground for inspiration for new bodies of work.