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Mohammad Nassiri was born on 1982 in Tehran, Iran, he is an experienced photographic artist. He worked as a freelance, specialized in taking photos with focus on sport, kids, people and reportage photography. For the last ten years he frequently traveled to reinvents his creative approach to his work, consequently, he successfully gained a unique style that combines creative portraiture with highly emotional candid.

He has been focused on kids photography and training young interns since 2015. In 2019, he was able to successfully register the Koochak Studio officially, and establish one of the most professionally known kids Atelier with the cooperation of a team including ten staff.

After the disastrous earthquake in 2017 Sarpol-e Zahab - Kermanshah, Iran, he leaded a campaign to help survivors in terms of necessary requirements. On June 15, however, a glimpse of hope came in the shape of a TV screen in the boot of a car, as kids got the chance to experience a thrilling moment while watching Iran take on Morocco in their opening match of the Russia 2018 World Cup. Iran claimed their first World Cup win in 20 years but that victory meant more to these kids in Sarpol-e Zahab who also have dreams of maybe representing their country someday.
Mohammad Nassiri, a professional photographer and AIPS Member made this possible.
“I decided to go there and create a second of satisfaction by giving them a screen to watch the national game. I also bought them national team jerseys and tried to invent a pleasant picture in their mind for supporting their team. “I am a professional kids photographer and I spend quite a significant amount of my daily life with kids in the studio, but genuinely speaking there is no word to describe how joyful it was for me to see these Kurdish kids having a good time. It was one of the best experience of my whole life and I hope they all enjoyed.” Koochak Studio


  • Golestan shahr studio
    No.56 , Mousavi st, Heravi sq, Pasdaran , Tehran.

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