Portraits / Documentary / Adventure


I am available for commissions, assignments or just a chat.

Say hello: hello@ameenarojee.co.uk


Freelance photographer with a background in campaign production.

I'm intrigued by people, culture and the land we live on. My heritage is mixed - half-Spanish, half-Mauritian, and I was born in and grew up in south London. Because of this, I experienced an incredible variety of worlds as a child and still now as an adult. This largely influences me and my practice, which ranges from fine-art portraiture to documentary to photography for brands.

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


📍Croydon, UK



Three Peaks, 2020
Cambrian Way, 2020


See full biography here.


Exhibition | 'I am Number 17' Campaign Launch

Talk | University of the West of England, Bristol


Print | 'Inside the Outside' zine with Gina Glover

Talk | The Photography Show : Birmingham

Exhibition | Photographers United : London


Nominated | RPS Hundred Heroines

Talk | ISSP Riga Residency Artist Talk : Latvia

Residency | ISSP Riga 2018 : Latvia

Talk | London National Park City Fair

Exhibition | 'Behind the Lens' : Croydon

Talk | Thornton Heath Arts Week

Print | 'El Camino' in Let's Explore Magazine

Exhibition | 'El Camino' : 'Collaborate' by Photoworks : London | Exhibition

Feature | 'El Camino' on Photoworks


Print | 'PhotoCat', Schilt Publishing

Exhibition | PhotoCat : Schilt Gallery, Amsterdam

Talk | A-Level Workshop, Thomas Tallis School

Feature | 'El Camino' in Format Magazine

Feature | 'El Camino' on Another Place

Feature | RPS x RSPH shortlist on Huffington Post

Shortlisted + Exhibition | RPS x Royal Society for Public Health: London

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

Exhibition | Tim Andrews' 'Over The Hill' : Brighton

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

Talk | Photoforum : London

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

Talk | Miniclick's January Soapbox : London

Using Format