Jodie Baker

Bahrain based Jodie found her passion for photography in her early 20s when she  left Australia and started travelling the world. Her goal in every shoot is to capture a moment in time, and of people, places and things that tell a story.

Summer Ameen

Summer's interest in photography began in her late teens, during the summer before going to university. She would go around Bahrain photographing buildings that spoke to her; mostly old abandoned houses and apartment buildings that were full of untold stories.

Ishaq Madan

Twenty-five year-old Bahraini photographer Ishaq first indulged in photography at the age of around 10, when he started taking photographs of his family during vacations abroad and, encouraged by his mother to sharpen his skills, his passion for the art developed.

Loredana Mantello

Not being able to express her thoughts through writing or painting, photography was the only way Bahraini based Loredana could exhibit her state of mind and her  emotions. It all started when she was in her 20s and had gone to Boston, USA, to work as an assistant in a dark room laboratory.

Shikha Varma

Shikha ventured into the world of photography just five years ago and quite by accident; when she came up with an idea to create a short video called ‘Paint It Red’ - based on photos that had at least one red object in it. Eventually she ended up using 125 objects from nearly 500 photographs

Gaye Bentham

British born Gaye first came to Bahrain in 1983, and her affection for this beautiful country and its people has kept her here ever since. Gaye has exhibited widely and has been published by National Geographic, and has five times been shortlisted for National Geographic online assignments.

Ghada Khunji

Multi-award winning Bahraini photo-journalist Ghada Khunji travels the world documenting ordinary people and their ordinary lives. Bahrain Arts Magazine caught up with her over coffee one afternoon; chatting about her life, her journey into photography and asking why she does what she does.

Hafsa Qasim

Twenty-two year old Hafsa started taking pictures early in 2012, when her parents gave her her first digital camera. At first she took photos of everyone and everything, but it wasn't long before the street became her passion and inspiration; capturing the raw human elements and revealing an extra layer of the personality of her subjects.

Malek Nass

Interview with Malek Nass. Malek has always been fascinated by different cultures and countries. He believes that in order to create beautiful art, he must first be able to absorb everything around him, and the more he absorbs, the more he is able to express this experience through photography.

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