Neeq has always been intrigued by the ever-changing and obscure philosophy of existence, which has been her inspiration as a song-writer and lyricist. Through the medium of photography, this curiosity extends to the physical form; the unique features and idiosyncrasies that make human beings living, breathing artworks in themselves.
 

Drawn to high impact black and white visuals, Neeq explores the plethora of abstract emotions that are undeniable to the human experience, from the perspective of endurists, escapists and anarchists, revealing a species that is deeply connected by a sense of universal consciousness. 


Currently, Neeq is studying MA Photojournalism and Documentary Photography and exploring visual story-telling, with a particular interest in personal relationships, mental health, identity, subculture and the effects of cultural and socio-economic disparity . Proposals to collaborate on projects in these areas are particularly welcomed. 


Achievements:

Group Exhibition, Sweet Art Virtual Gallery, 'The Great Leveller', 2020

Group Exhibition, Blank Wall Gallery, Athens, 'Monochrome', 2020

The Alpine Fellowship 2019, 'Runner Up'

London Loop 2018, 'Best in Photography' 

Monochrome Awards 2018, 'Honourable Mention'

Zealous, Emerge 2018, 'Shortlist'

Superflex Community Group Exhibition, Tate Modern, London, 2017


Recent Features: 

Kerrang! Magazine, Visions Magazine, 24/7 Ink, Flawless Magazine, The Model Magazine, Made In Shoreditch, BBC In Pictures, Southbank Centre


Fashion Collaborations:

Killstar Clothing, Religion Clothing, Charles of London, Slackjaw Apparel, Adam of London, Reap What You Sow, Seities


Neeq is also a music photographer who shoots artist portraits, live performances and studio sessions. She has worked with Oxjam Festival, Culture Declares Emergency/Extinction Rebellion UK and Islington Assembly Hall, plus artists including Brody Dalle (The Distillers), Ayse Hassan (Savages/ESYA), Cheryl Pinero (The Go Team!, Friedberg) and Danish post-rock band, Tales of Murder and Dust.