Professional Photojournalist/Video Journalist and Interpreter/Translator
Mulah Akbar, a famous father of Saffron ear his own voice after a interview was taken in Pushtun Zarghun District of Herat province.
Mariam Alimi is one of the premiere female photographers in Afghanistan.
Born in Kabul during the Soviet occupation, she has worked across Afghanistan since 2007, focusing heavily on women’s rights. Her work has been published in the New York Times and a range of European magazines.
Other clients include the DACAAR ,United Nations, Oxfam, Human Rights Watch,Democracy International, the German Embassy, GIZ and the Danish Demining Group.
She is also an experienced fixer and translator, having worked alongside international visitors since 2008, and she is available for
short-term and contract work. Previous clients include The Times, National Geographic and the Washington Post.
She has recently branched out into videography, and has worked on documentary projects about infant mortality for the American Broadcasting Corporation, and women in prison for Development Pictures.
For information, references or samples of her work please contact Mariam directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or call +93 (0) 700 067 531.
All images © Mariam Alimi, 2012. No use without written permission.