Mustafah Abdulaziz (b. 1986, New York City) is a visionary photographer whose journey began in reportage and portraiture before his unique perspective and distinctive style swiftly earned him the attention of some of the world's most influential fashion magazines, including M Le Monde, New York Times and Zeit Magazin. 

Deeply interested in the human impact on climate change he has dedicated over 10 years to his ongoing personal project "Water", a profound exploration of one of humanity's most vital resources and the relationship between people and water by bringing vital stories to the public through large-scale installations around the world.

He is the winner of the Leica Oskar Barnack Award, a grantee of National Geographic, and a former fellow of the Alicia Patterson and Bertha Foundations. He is a regular contributor to The New York TimesTIME, and Der Spiegel. His work has been collected by the Daimler Art Collection in Berlin and the National Portrait Gallery in London.

Currently based between London and Berlin.