54 Addresses

I met Iqbal when working on a series of photography workshops in Birmingham. Iqbal was seeking refuge in the UK after being attacked in the street in Dubai for writing an incendiary article that made fun of the Saudi Royal family. She had a cutting sense of humour and often had me crying with laughter. She had lived in 54 addresses in her life time, moving from place to place in the Palestinian diaspora. She later spoke at the Bristol Palestine Film Festival where I followed her to photograph speakers and organised engagement activities.