Mariam Alimi is an Afghan photographer among few female photographers for the first time in the history Afghanistan, Born 18 March 1980 in Kunduz Province of Afghanistan.
December 2006 was the start of my career as photographer when I got the chance to join AINA Photo training with a foreign photographer from Australia (Travis Bread). In the middle of March 2008 went for one month training to Munish Kanna Academy in New Dehli India. On 1st August 2009 got the probability to learn new tips about photography world under supervision of a famous photographer of the world Tim Page at UNAMA Kabul Office.
Clients so far I worked with them:
As freelance worked with different organizations and press inside and outside of Afghanistan, Ania photo website is good source to see my works. On October 2009 worked in pictorial documentary for ICCO Dutch donor organization, as well some organization like, Danish Demining Group (DDG) in Bagram, for some years worked with GTZ in AGF exhibition in Badambagh Kabul, UNAMA used my photos in an exhibition called (Transitional Justice) on 2008 and showed in various provinces in Afghanistan. In private sectors Maiwand Bank, Habibullah Haseeb Printing and Adv. Company 2009 calendar. Danish youth magazine in Denmark and a guide Tourism book to Afghanistan in Australia, Afghan scene magazine in cover on April 2007, the last but not the least was the exhibition at eight of March (Women day) in 2006 where found more achievements and encouragement.
Mulah Akbar with headphone is a famous farmer from Pushtun Zaghun district in Herat province was one of the best photos of mine which published in book in Australia and in a Media report about South Provinces of Afghanistan in UK by media support working in Afghanistan, as well inside of the country published in Afghan scene two times.