Once Ali Mojahedi received his first Polaroid camera at age of 14, he fell in love and immersed himself into the photography: process and print his own black and white pictures. Once he became junior in high school, he became a high school year photographer.
He ventured in Pasadena City College where he majored in photography. Meanwhile, he attended Art Center in Pasadena and CSU Northridge specializing in graphic design and photography. His passion for photography derailed while he worked as graphic and web designer for Metafor Imaging in Culver City. After a while, he resumed his love for photography after departing his position as graphic and web designer. Currently, as a freelance, he is a web developer.
As a photographer, he loves to capture the true spirit of humanity. His desire is to bring out the true nature of individual to represent their identity.
While he is not taking photography, Ali enjoys outdoor activities such as bicycling, hiking, and playing basketball. He is happily married to Carmine Ida and has two wonderful children.