Ayman al-Amiri (b. 1995, Baghdad) is well known among young photographers and filmmakers in Baghdad, for his poignant portraits but also his photojournalism. He was 8 years old when the U.S. invaded Iraq in 2003, and his photographs reflect daily life after the conflict. Ayman’s work has been published in local and international publications as well as Ruya’s Welcome to Iraq exhibition catalogue in 2013. Among other projects, Ayman has worked on several documentary series’ in collaboration with the Ruya Foundation.