Moose Azim Photographer
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Hi I’m Moose a Brighton based photographer, I enjoy working for small companies and artists and makers. Each shoot is unique to the client, aiming to tell thier story truthfully and beautifully. I trained in London and LA as a photographic assistant to commercial high end fashion and lifestyle photographers. My personal work is about our shared human experiences around memory, belonging, quiet spaces, and a love of nature. Some of these works are available as prints here.
My clients include:
Ardent Hare, who specialise in supporting artists with a disability, Zizzi Restaurants, The BBC, The Guardian, Mother and Baby Magazine, Motor Neurone Disease Association and some lovely talented artists and makers.
My Community Engagement Projects and Workshops include:
Seasee Photography Workshops: with an emphasis on creativity, these run throughout the year, oftentimes collaborating with artists.
Oasis: provide support for women and families who are affected by substance abuse.
Recovery College: offer courses for people living with or working with mental health issues, I co design and deliver Mindful Photography courses and workshops here.
Past and CurrentShows:
Currently showing in collaboration with The Portobello Public Art Project on Portobello Rd, London.
Covid online exhibitions with Lucy Bell Gallery and United Art Gallery
RPS One Hundred Heroines exhibition toured the UK in 2019
Royal Academy Summer Show in 2017.
The Otter Gallery in Chichester UK
Open Houses, Hotels and Cafes in London and Brighton.
LensCulture, online gallery
The Photo Place Gallery Vermont USA
The Claremont Hove UK
The Tabernacle London UK
The Orangery Holland Park London UK
Some random things about me:
If you need lip balm I always have some in my bag, which I believe is the reason my husband married me.
I feel naked if I don’t have a pencil and a sketchbook handy.
I was brought up in West London, my Dad came here from India and married my Scottish Mum.
We lived in Bangladesh for 2 years where we tasted sugar cane, wore loose light clothing and enjoyed the beauty of big family love !! Now I live in Brighton by the sea with my American husband and our two daughters, the rest of our family are scattered all over the planet including Pakistan, India and America.
I spend a lot of money on walking boots but hardly anything on face cream – luckily my eldest daughter always has some spare for me to use.
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Charities I support:
Centre Point, Recovery College, Living Well Dying Well, The Martlets.