Amara Eno is a photographer, based in London, UK. Her storytelling focuses predominantly within the areas of documentary, portraiture and reportage; exploring human relationships and matters within communities. Her fundamental pursuit is to bring exposure to voices that are often underrepresented.

She is currently available for commissions in the UK and overseas.

Amara is a member of Women Photograph and The Journal.


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Selected clients & publications:
Financial Times, The New York Times, The Guardian, British Red Cross, Positive News, NBC News, Royal Academy Magazine, Monocle, Global Citizen, One Parent Families Scotland, BBC, BJP Portrait of Britain, Invisible Britain Book, Women Photograph 2018 Annual, Gingerbread, Impetus, Rex Features, Shutterstock, The Independent, ELLE UK, Falmouth University

New York Portfolio Review, 2019
Women Photograph: Year in Pictures, 2018
BJP Portrait of Britain winner, 2018
Fotonow South West Graduate Photography Prize shortlist, 2018
Women Photograph Mentorship Programme, 2017-18

Talks, workshops & programmes:
Falmouth University, 2022
Bond Conference, 2021
Create Jobs x Meet a Mentor, 2021
London College of Communication, 2021
Create Jobs x Magnum Photos, 2021
The Other Collective, 2021
One Parent Families Scotland, 2019

Counted | Scotland's Census 2022 - National Galleries of Scotland,  Edinburgh, 2022

Invisible Britain: This Separated Isle - Impressions Gallery, Bradford, 2022

This Separated Isle - Street Level Photoworks, Glasgow, 2022

OPFS x The 25 Percent - Custom Lane, Edinburgh, 2019

RPS Hundred Heroines - Representation on the Line II: (Un)framing our Identities - London, 2019

South West Graduate Photography Prize - The Old Truman Brewery, London, 2018

Portrait of Britain, 2018

Degree Show - Falmouth University, 2018

Showcase - The Poly, Falmouth, 2018

The Copy Collection - Rolling Stock, London, 2018

Femur Photo - Exhibitor & Curator - Falmouth University, 2017

Here We Are - Full Bloom Tea Room, Falmouth, 2017

Subculture, Issue One Launch - Falmouth University, 2017

50° North - Exhibitor & Curator - Oxford House, London, 2017

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