Beauty lab tester & writer for Hearst Magazines by day. Deputy editor, producer & social media manager of AZEEMA by night. With experience in event planning, project management, public relations and more.
- AZEEMA Eid Party 2019We took over WAH Nails for our very first Eid party, bringing together the community to mark and celebrate the end of Ramadan! The evening was filled with a colourful assortment of Middle Eastern and South Asian bites provided by Nandine, Juma Kitchen, Barfia & Zaytoun. In a celebration of cross-cultural appreciation, AZEEMA-inspired henna and nail designs were provided by the talented artists: Huq That, Isna Henna, Nish Shah, Saadia Mebchour and the WAH crew. With a special thanks to Glossier
- AZEEMA x Nike Victory Swim Launch EventIn collaboration with Nike London, we curated and hosted the launch event for the Victory Swim collection, premiering our short film and photo series documenting 6 womxn and their relationship with sport. The evening included a special panel discussion with Khadijah Mellah, Ghaida Ramadan and Jaspreet Kaur, chaired by Nesrine Dally. We also had henna by Huq That, nail decals by Saadia Mebchour and nails by Jess Young, offering designs inspired by the collection.
Projects credited in
- Move Without LimitsA short film brought to you by AZEEMA for Nike London. To support the launch of the new Victory Swim collection, we teamed up with nike London to document three incredible womxn: Ghaida, Iqra and Intisar diving deeper into their inspiring journeys & relationship with sport. ——— Executive Producers & Casting @azeemaagency Director & Producer @nadiraamrani DOP @beatriz_sastre Assistant Director @miriamamrani Sound recordist @miazipporah Focus Puller @oncemoreforsharps Camera Loader @ross_dixon
- AZEEMA ISSUE 1120 page Independent Magazine. The Habibi issue is a blend of controversial and compelling features, touching on issues of resistance, empowerment and femininity within Middle Eastern and North African Women and Women of Colour. In this issue Azeema talks feminism with Emirati ‘Banat collective’ leader Sara Safwan, explores femininity in Morocco, protests Women’s rights with ‘Sisters Uncut’ and visually explores ideas of strength and sexuality. The aim is to empower, not to offend
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