A Ceramics Artist, Geometer and Educationist. He is the Project Manager, Karachi Programme of Prince’s Foundation School of Traditional Arts London. Since 2017 Visiting Faculty Ceramic Subject for Outreach/Open Programs of The Prince’s School of Traditional Arts London & Baku Azerbaijan. Also, Founder, Owner & Chairman of NITA Crafts Development Multipurpose Co-operative Society Nasarpur.
Studied MA (Hons) Visual Art at National College of Arts Lahore in 2006. In 2008, he was awarded with Fellowship scholarship by British Council Charles Wallace Trust for attending Fellowship course at The Prince’s School of Traditional Arts London UK. Second Masters in Traditional Arts by The Prince’s School of Traditional Arts London. In 2010 completed his MA with Distinction, declared as the best student of the year, awarded by Jerwood Prize by The HRH Prince of Wales Prince Charles at PSTA London. During PSTA studies he researched on Traditional Ceramics practices and explored its historic background in UK, Morocco, Spain, France, Germany.
In 2013 he started to establish NITA (National Indigenous and Traditional Arts). Taking efforts for Reviving the quality of Kashi tiles for Restoration of our Historic Buildings as we practiced in the past. And it is being tried at NITA for innovation in the field of Kashi for facing the demand of contemporary era, so that we can show our societies’ artistic aspect to the world in the present times.