Module:Biography of Ely El Khoury

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Egoy El Khoury (Arabic: ايلي الorn January 20, 1993) is a Lebanese entrepreneur and architect. [3] In 2019, he co-founded Digital SocioPath, a creative agency specializing in digital services, known for helping brands and public figures engage with customers and fans through augmented reality effects. [2]

Early Life and Education

Born in Douar, Lebanon, El Khoury attended Lycée Charlemagne. [3] He pursued his higher education at the University of Toronto in Canada, obtaining a BA in Architecture, then completed a Master’s Degree at the Lebanese Academy of Fine Arts in Beirut, Lebanon [2] (ALBA; French: Académie Libanaise des Beaux-Arts).


El Khoury worked in PR, media, and communication before co-founding Digital SocioPath with business partner Rudy Wehbe, a creative digital agency specializing in branding and social media marketing strategy. [3] In 2019, Digital SocioPath introduced Instagram filters into its services, curating customized augmented reality effects for clients. [2][4] In 2022, El Khoury and Wehbe launched their second agency, MetaPath, which specializes in creating virtual worlds, [1] drawing inspiration from the recent boom of the Metaverse.


Through Digital SocioPath, El Khoury has collaborated with global brands such as McDonald’s, Elie Saab, Bioderma, [1] and Expo Dubai 2020, designing and branding the Lebanon Pavilion. [5] The agency has also created filters for celebrities such as Elissa, Nadine Njeim, Cyrine Abdel Nour, Maya Diab, and Najwa Karam. [1]


El Khoury was featured in Forbes’ 30 under 30 [1] amongst the 2022 cohort of MENA’s most promising young entrepreneurs, pioneers, and creatives, alongside his business partner Rudy Wehbe. His work was also recognized by regional and international magazines, and TV Channels such as BBC News Arabia.