Tag: female photographer UAE

Tethered

I always want to be there for the people I care about, but I can’t help but feel like my hands are tied and I can’t fix anything and I’m drowning in my own misery. It’s almost as if everything is chosen for me, like fate or destiny, and it drags me down and I…

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From Unknowns To Unknowns

In April 2019, my husband and I moved to Abu Dhabi and lived there for exactly 11 months. We moved back to Ajman (where I’m from) March 2020. Our little apartment on Reem Island was our sanctuary. It was the first place we called home together, the first place that was entirely our own. There…

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I’ve Been Hoarding Art

It’s not black and white.  I thought I had to define myself with one thing. People said have a niche so you can stand out. Find something you love and stick to it. But what happens when passions change and curiosities grow?  I did conceptual photography for a few years, it was my therapy. But…

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If Tomorrow Never Comes

If tomorrow never comes, would I feel like I’ve lived my life the best way I can? Did I do enough? Did I tell people how much I love them, did I change someone’s life to the better, did I influence anyone. Did I make a difference? Today is one of those days where I…

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Damaged Goods

In our society, if you’re in your mid-twenties or older, and you’re not married yet, then you’re damaged goods. My model wishes to remain anonymous, but she gave me permission to share her story: She is almost 30 years old. She went through two engagements. She got divorced before she even started her marriage. To…

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