“Through my work, I aim to make society better and improve the quality of life for everyone”
Parveen Ali is a British photojournalist based in London.
She graduated from the University of Arts London with a Bachelor of Arts in Photojournalism and Documentary Photography
Founder + Editor in Chief of Photojournalism Times. https://photojournalismtimes.com
Interest in Violence Against Women & Girls, Homelessness, Migration, Climate Change, Refugees and Poverty.
Her work has been exhibited in Parliament where she gave a speech on how Islamophobia affects mental health.
Photography Exhibitions – Grenfell Tower 2018, “Not A Terrorist” at the Houses of Parliament 2019, “Get Out of My Country” Hammersmith 2020
Judge at The British Journalism Awards 2020, 2021 + 2022
Judge at The Press Awards 2021
A private exhibition of her photography was held for the Malaysian Foreign Minister
Her work has been published in Evening Standard, HuffPost, Byline Times and GQ
Several of her photographs have been published in the book “After Grenfell”
At Birkbeck University, London, she spoke of her experiences at the Grenfell tragedy.
Over the course of her career, she covered the refugee crisis in Turkey, Greece, Macedonia, Serbia, Croatia, Calais, and Paris. Meeting thousands of refugees who fled war and persecution.