I am a London-based artist and graduate of the University of the West of England, currently working for the British Journal of Photography as campaign manager. 

I am greatly intrigued by people, culture and the land we live on, because I come from a very mixed background - half-Spanish and half-Mauritian, and I was born in and grew up in South London! Because of this I experienced an incredible variety of different cultures and worlds as a child and still now as an adult, and it greatly influences me and my work today.

My style is an engaged one; as a photographer I always aim to participate as well as observe. I love to take part in new experiences and be fully involved.

I also run of the land & us, an online photography platform focusing on the land and the people who live on it.

Email me: hello@ameenarojee.co.uk

2017

'El Camino' in Format Magazine | Press

'El Camino' on Another Place | Press

RPS x RSPH shortlist on Huffington Post | Press

RPS x Royal Society for Public Health | Shortlisted

Humble Arts Group Show #53 'On Beauty' | Exhibition 

Tim Andrew's 'Over The Hill' : Brighton | Exhibition 

Feeling Images Symposium -Photography's relationship with Illness, Mental Health and Wellbeing : Watershed, Bristol | Talk

Photoforum : theprintspace Gallery, London | Talk

Photograd's 1st Birthday : University of Sussex | Exhibition 

Miniclick's January Soapbox : London | Talk


2016

Photo-Forum : theprintspace Gallery, London | Exhibition 

2015 

Solo Exhibition | 'Hard Work' : theprintspace Gallery, London

Exhibition | 'The Fan Club' : The Photographers' Gallery, London

Exhibition | 'Fluxure' Class of 2014 Graduate Degree Show : Bargehouse, London


2014 

Exhibition | 'Isolation' Group Exhibition : Victorian Rooms, Bristol


2013 

Exhibition | 'Family Figures' Pop-Up Exhibition : Bamburgh House, Newcastle

Exhibition | Portrait Open Exhibition : Photographique, Bristol

Exhibition | The Photography Club x One Giant Arm 'Now That's What I Call Photography 30' : Bristol Diving School, Bristol


2012 

Exhibition | Level 2 Artist Book Exhibition : University Of The West Of England, Bristol

Using Format