The rhythm of eat, walk, sleep, repeat was exhausting in the purest and most cleansing way, and it changed my perspective on so much.
Ameena Rojee
I’m open to where my next steps will take me, something that, for me, is a huge benefit to this freelance life.
Ameena Rojee
Learning about the cyclical nature of our normal selves, our creative selves, and the seasons we go through.
Ameena Rojee
Being a freelancer can be lonely, especially with something like photography, and even more so during a time when we’re forced to disconnect from each …
Ameena Rojee
My first issue of the newsletter was titled “reasons to be unproductive” and in it I wrote about stressing myself out by constantly doing. One silver l…
Ameena Rojee
Keep up or get left behind.
Ameena Rojee
Be open to opportunities that come your way but don't be afraid to tell those who deserve it to jog on.
Ameena Rojee
The best advice is simple: take it one step at a time, practice regularly, and don’t be afraid of failure.
Ameena Rojee
London’s not where it’s all at, and it shouldn’t be. Now, literally more than ever before, it’s looking like our industry has the chance to become trul…
Ameena Rojee
In this issue, I share notes on some of my first commissions and how I got them.
Ameena Rojee
We can only try to get as close to the truth as possible, but it will always be our truth - which, we can argue, is not really truth at all - and our h…
Ameena Rojee
Rejection is simply part of life, whether it’s via the Taylor Wessing Portrait Prize or Tinder.
Ameena Rojee