Sarah Ali is a photographer based in Birmingham. She first picked up a camera aged 14 to document her life as a British-Pakistani, and since then she hasn’t gone a day without taking a couple of photos. She uses her heritage and cultural identity to fuel her art; having been inspired heavily by photographers based in Pakistan. Being an avid user of social media and having kick-started her career from it, she contributed to a BBC documentary titled ‘is social media killing our creativity?’. ‘Once we were too’ will be the first major project that she has photographed.

Sarah will also be exhibiting her work at the Bridging Landscapes Exhibition from 20th July – 7th August.

This workshop is aimed at 16-24 year olds.

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