The work of the photographer M'hammed Kilito addresses issues relating to identity, migration, youth, heritage and social determinism. His interest lies in the the small details of everyday life that can provide information on Morocco’s current state. 

M'hammed is a Magnum Foundation awardee, an alumni of the Eddie Adams Workshop, an AFAC (Arab Fund for Arts and Culture) and a Prince Claus Fund grantee.

His work has been presented in galleries, museums and festivals such as Sharjah Art Foundation (Sharjah), Amman Image Festival (Amman), Tate Modern (London), Addis Foto Fest (Addis Ababa), PHotoESPAÑA (Madrid), Biennale internationale de Casablanca (Casablanca), Rétine Argentique (Marseille), Fotofilmic Gallery (Vancouver), Beirut Image Festival (Beirut).

M'hammed photographs have been published in The Wall Street Journal, World Press Photo, El Pais and the Washington Post, among others. He is a member of the African Photojournalism Database - a project of the World Press Photo Foundation and Everyday Africa. He is a also a contributor to Everyday Middle East and North Africa, a collection of images that convey a more accurate view of daily life than what is commonly seen in the media.

M'hammed holds a Master of Arts in Political Science from Ottawa University and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Montreal.

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