After moving to Toronto from Cairo in 2002, Mohammed received both his undergraduate and master's degrees from the University of Toronto. Mohammed's MArch thesis project focused on the de-marginalization of Cairo's informal settlements. The project was featured in several exhibitions, and was included as part of the Egyptian Pavilion Research Publication at the 2018 Venice Biennale for Architecture.
Active in the Toronto architecture scene, Mohammed has worked for several of the city's leading practices, and has been involved in the design and execution of several art installations. He is currently working on a variety of project types and scales with the Studio for Architecture and Collaboration (StudioAC).
Outside of architecture Mohammed is a fan of football (soccer), both playing and supporting, and "enjoys" going for walks with his dog and renovating his home.