At the age of 13, Imad decided to take a step closer to art concepts and he joined professional art classes in the city of Damascus.
While it was a rich experience for him in the Faculty of Fine Art that he graduated from in 2011, Impressionism was a special experience for him that pushed him to build his concepts with a rich palette.
In 2012, after the crisis erupted, Imad left his hometown.
His desire to learn more brought him to Lebanon were as a reaction to his memories of the war, he started to explore the concept of the explosion, regarding the thoughts and values that one human being would carry along their life vs. the part of a second when the explosion happens.
In 2014 he started the concept of the Civilian spectrum about the deep relation between identity, the place, and the human traces.
After a rich experience in Beirut, in 2015 he decided to move to Istanbul where he found a new kind of inspiration to continue with his palette concept.
Imad has participated in many exhibitions and performances in the Middle East, Europe, and the United States. His latest solo exhibition was in Istanbul, in 2019.