Young photographer Fatimah Haroon is incredibly brilliant and has captured everything from Pakistan Fashion Week to New York Fashion Week. After receiving praise for her artistic and modern vintage approach to capturing memories, Fatimah Haroon quickly started her own photographic business, which she called ‘Fatography.’
She had faced all the social pressures that come with being in trouble throughout her academic years. Failing her eighth grade was a turning point for her since she quickly learned how to use her DSLR and found that she enjoyed taking pictures of the world. Since then, she had been unstoppable. At age 20, she received diagnoses of Ankylosing Spondylitis, Dyslexia, and Dyspraxia.
She started working really hard to achieve her goals, and by 2012, she was still a student and taking seminars, garnering media attention, collaborating with renowned journals, and accomplishing so much more.
Her struggle not only motivated others around her but also gave young female artists hope that it is beneficial to practice their craft with hard work, commitment, and lofty objectives. For Fatimah Haroon, she believed that nothing was challenging.
She put a lot of effort into her studies, which led to average or surprise grades, but she had trouble writing clearly
during tests during her O and A Levels. When Fatimah Haroon discovered she had motor issues, she was in no way upset. Fatimah made a commitment at that point to use her weaknesses as strengths, working day and night to prove to herself that there is nothing in life that can stop her from achieving her objectives. ‘Why not?’ became her new motto as a result that she applied to her work or making films with anything new.
Fatimah never used her limits as a victim card and worked to establish a reputation for herself at a young age, launching her own photographic company, Fatography, as soon as she won praise for her imaginative, retro-modern approach to capturing moments.
Fatimah Haroon had the opportunity to judge a number of media competitions and deliver courses on subjects including Modern Cinema and General Photography (NUST) and GulamIshaq Khan Institute (GIK).
Fatimah has filmed some of Pakistan’s top media personalities and collaborated on drama serials with prominent Pakistani television producers.
Shehzad Roy, Momina Mustehsan, and Amna Sheikh are just a few of the legendary Pakistanis with whom she has collaborated, in addition to international stars like Marc Anthony, Aishwarya Rai, Sonam Kapoor, Deepika Padukone, and Siddharth Malhotra. She recently finished taking pictures of Cengiz Coskun, the upcoming Turkish heartthrob.
Only a select few Pakistanis have been able to cultivate their skills and aptitude and find such early success abroad.