In case you missed our previous post, this month we’ll be celebrating some amazing individuals who have been giving back to their communities. Our second shout out of this …
This week, we wanted to look at two female photographers whose work not only brings us the stories that matter but reflects a wider challenge to convention.
Each portrait is accompanied by the subject’s favourite hadith or verse from the Qu’ran, along with a short quote explaining their relationship with Islam.
The Muslim Sisterhood project celebrates Muslim women in London in all their diverse, confident and extremely cool glory.
We feel we are as well placed as anyone to predict which Muslims will make a splash at some point in the future.
Yasin Osman, an award-winning photographer, photojournalist and educator from Toronto, is doing some incredible things with his camera.
Amina Adan, known on Instagram as Mina Shoots, is a British Somali photographer from London whose subjects always shine through in unfussy compositions.
Black in the Day is a photo archive + Instagram that describes itself as a ‘visual journey through the Black British Experience.’
During the recent celebrations for Eid al-Adha, Kobe Subramaniam shot a few pics at Central Mosque in Cape Coast, Ghana. They’re sunny, vibrant and joyous.
Maaria Lohiya is a photographer who graces her followers with photos of the places she goes and the people she sees, like these portraits of Palestinians.
Somali Sideways is a photo project that is looking to change perceptions of Somalis and the diaspora - a people who often suffer from negative stereotypes.