Wael Kamal is an authority on digital media whose experience includes photographing the Egyptian revolution in Tahrir Square, working in the television industry in Egypt and writing for a national newspaper. His background includes cinematography and news videography, as well as dramatic lighting and other skills related to film & TV and broadcasting. He is an accomplished photographer who has exhibited his work in solo exhibits around the world. 
The founding director of UMass Lowell’s Digital Media Program, Kamal teaches in the Department of Art and Design and also serves UMass Lowell as its assistant dean of the College of Fine Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences.
For more information, click here to visit Kamal’s academic profile.

In the Media

  • Wael Kamal soundbite filmed in UMass Lowell studio.