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Ayesha Ahmad is a Dublin based photographer. She is currently studying a BA in Photography in IADT, Dun Laoghaire. She was the youngest artist in the FEAR Exhibition in August 2016. She was also featured as one of the five Irish, female photographers to follow in IMAGE Magazine and one of ten up and coming contemporary photographers in Ireland, in an article by The Culture Trip. Her work also featured inn. the A/W 16 issue of V&A Magazine.1

Bio & Career

She created and curated her first solo photography exhibition titled, ‘Epoch’, in collaboration with the Dublin Fringe Festival, in 2018. This was exhibited in Filmbase in Temple Bar from the 8-23 September 2018.

Ayesha currently works as a content creator for clients such as the Hugh Lane Gallery and is also working alongside the National Gallery of Ireland in collaboration with their Apollo Project.

Ayesha’s photographic series ‘Ashlawn Lady’ was part of a commission for RTE’s Illumination Project, 2020.

Ayesha spoke on a panel discussion hosted by Mike Trow – former Photo Editor British Vogue, as part of the Belfast Photo Festival 2020 alongside fellow speakers Linda Brownlee and Megan Doherty.

One of the Apollo Project’s Young Curator’s involved in the curation of the Boring Art? Exhibition in the National Gallery, October 2021- January 2022.

Ayesha was the youngest of 13 artists in SATURATION Exhibition, a group photography exhibition curated by Dawn Williams and William Laffan in the Crawford Gallery, Cork. January 2022- June 2022. 2