Laith Al-Majali realized his interest in story telling through the visual arts from an early age. His entertainment career started in theatre and has moved towards photography and film.
“Captain Abu Raed” his first feature film as a producer/editor won the audience award for world cinema at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival, and has picked up a number of other awards worldwide.
He graduated from Elon University in North Carolina with a degree in Communications and was the first recipient of the King Hussein Scholarship. Laith has been involved in TV/Video production in America and the Middle East and has served as an editor/producer on a number of programs and documentaries. His photographs have been published in local and regional magazines.
Laith currently lives in Amman, Jordan, and is available for hire for reportage work in the region.