I am a passionate and experienced architectural and interior design lecturer, dedicated to shaping the minds of aspiring architects and fostering a deep understanding of the built environment. With a strong academic background and a genuine love for architecture, I bring a wealth of knowledge and practical expertise to the classroom. My teaching philosophy revolves around cultivating creativity, critical thinking, and a holistic approach to architectural design.
I have gained extensive work experience in the field of architecture and design over the past years. Currently, I am serving as a Lecturer at Prince Mohammad bin Fahd University, where I teach various subjects in interior design, architecture, and graphic design. In this role, I have covered diverse areas such as healthcare, hospitality, retail, and residential projects. I am proficient in construction process documents, detailed drawings, 2D and 3D modeling, BIM, and more. Additionally, I have taken on leadership responsibilities, advising and supervising clubs at the university. Prior to my current position, I worked as an Architect, Owner, and Founder at AAJ Architects, where I designed and renovated residential, commercial, and retail projects. I consulted with clients to understand their functional and spatial requirements and devised overall strategies for documentation and building information models. I also have experience as a Teacher Assistant at Woodbury University, assisting in teaching and research, and as an Interior Designer at ASGT Group and Gushat Engineering, leading full project design processes and supervising contractors and suppliers. These varied experiences have equipped me with a comprehensive skill set and a deep understanding of the industry.