Hoessein was trained and educated, in 2011, by the photographer and winner of the World Press Photo, Vincent Mentzel. From that moment on, Hoessein has been developing his own style of photography, which puts people and humanity central, by portraying stories and situations in a manner that is as raw, honest, and tangible.
It is key for him to minimise the use of editing, or any form of posing/theatre techniques.
Hoessein is also the founder of Visual Human Rights, which is a photography project that visualises the 30 articles from the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The first exhibition has taken place at the World Forum in The Hague, The Netherlands, during October 2018. More exhibitions are planned in the upcoming months and 2019.