Wael Attili is an architect by training, an avid blogger, a young entrepreneur, and a passionate storyteller.
Wael started his career very young as a digital artist for Byte ME Magazine. While studying architecture at Jordan University, he worked as a designer at Arabia.com in 1997. Later, Wael took a job in information design, user experience, branding, and innovation in a leading branding and design company in Jordan. During that time, Wael helped found the first video and photo sharing website ikbis.com in 2005, in addition to the first Arabic twitter clone watwet.com. That same year, Wael launched his personal blog sha3teely.com, which quickly gained popularity and inspired the creation of Kharabeesh in 2008. Kharabeesh is considered one of the fastest growing Youtube networks for Arabic content in the world. It started as a small storytelling house for the new Arab generation and has since put online Arabic content on the map. Wael’s hobby-turned-career has resulted in a large profile of productions that recount stories of society its daily realities.