Hamed Moqaddasi

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Hamed Moqaddasi (Persian: حامد مقدسی‎; born August 24, 1987) is an Iranian-Australian amateur photographer who works for Eye Language.


Hamed Born in Kermanshah, Iran during Iran and Iraq war. He is of Kurdish origin. Hamed studied computer programming at Ilam University and later on, he entered to the medical field during his military service. Hamed Migrated to Australia in 2011 and started to work in emergency medical field[1][2]. Hamed has been pursuing photography and videography in an amateur capacity.

Early work[edit]

Hamed started photography in his teenage years, he inspired by his sister's works who was a graphic designer. Later on, Hamed experiment different aspects of video and photography in a military organization in Iran during and after his service. Most of his early works published in Tasbeeh (Persian: تسبیح ‎) internal magazine. Hamed continued photography after migration to Australia. Later Hamed met his wife Rachel Ina Moqaddasi, together they decided to create a portfolio[3] from their work.

There is no fixed style in Hamed's work and he has been experimenting different types of photography.


Hamed has used his photography experiences to create motion pictures and produces video clips from different topics. One of his most visited video's is on a small town in Central Queensland, Rockhampton. The video provides a different perspective of this town and combines aerial and ground view imageries. The video highlighted in major broadcasting regional networks such as ABC radio and Hamed interviewed by Inga Stunzner.[4]


  1. "PressReader.com - Your favorite newspapers and magazines". www.pressreader.com. Retrieved 2019-06-04.
  2. Allen, Steph. "Paramedics save Rocky man from fatal heart attack". Morning Bulletin. Retrieved 2019-05-17.
  3. "About". eye-language.com. Retrieved 2019-05-17.
  4. "Mornings". ABC Radio. 2019-06-14. Retrieved 2019-06-20.

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