He studied music at the Arab Institute of Music in Aleppo.
He started playing the piano (and keyboard), and this was the first step towards creating a special musical group to present some musicals.
He was interested in arranging oriental maqamat music and worked on introducing the spirit of classical music into it.
He worked as a musician and composer for radio and television advertisements, and began composing soundtracks for some local and Arab series, and setting music for a number of plays and films.
He has composed several musical compositions for folk dance groups in Syria, Lebanon and the Arabian Gulf.
Member of the Artists Syndicate since 1994.
He won many awards for many of the songs he composed and composed.
His artistic career increased in luster because of his association with the artist Mayada Bseliss and together they formed a duo, through which they were able to present a distinguished artistic project that lasted more than 25 years until the death of the artist Mayada in 2021.
He issued many lyrical groups with his own production, distributed in most Arab countries, and created a formula for the Syrian song in its local dialect, trying to be distinct from the previous attempts.
He established a special studio (MAESTRO), which he relied on to record his own works.
He continues his artistic career as a music composer (composing and arranging) and sometimes writes some songs (wrote several songs for Mayada) in addition to his participation in several conferences for Arab and international music.
He released many works on CD albums, musically and lyrically, and some of them won several awards in the field of song and soundtracks in TV dramas and movies.
– Developed soundtracks for more than 65 TV series, 14 films and a number of plays.
He composed and distributed more than 80 songs, most of them were for the late Mayada Bsiliss.
He gave many concerts within international festivals in Dubai (The Sons of Sheikh Hazaa), Egypt, Jordan, Tunisia, Al-Maghrib, Spain, the United States, and the Syrian Song Festival in all its sessions.