Sadaf Rassoul Cameron is a first-generation Afghan American artist who uses photography, nostalgia, and time-travel as her tools of choice.
In 2017 Sadaf’s work was selected to show at Focus Photo LA, Photo Independent, Take Care of Yourself, Fathom Gallery as well as receiving the Honorable Mention at the Tokyo International Foto Awards. In 2016 her works were jury selected and shown internationally including at PH21 (Budapest), Center for Fine Art Photography (US), and the Biennial of Fine Art and Documentary Photography (Berlin). In 2016 she was the recipient of the Julia Margaret Cameron Award for Women Photographers Runner Up Prize. Cameron’s works have had solo exhibitions at Peters Projects (2015) and Evo Gallery (2005 & 2007). Her documentary on the Partition of India is part of the permanent collection at the Albuquerque Museum of Fine Art and has shown at the Museum of Contemporary Native Arts. She received her BFA at College of Santa Fe and her MA in Peace Studies at the United Nations University for Peace. Sadaf is the Founder and Director of Kindle Project.