Razi Jafri is a Detroit-based documentary and street photographer whose work focuses on ethnicity, religion, culture, the urban landscape, art, design, and portraiture. Razi's other interests span across the spectrum of art, design, social justice, entrepreneurship, and storytelling.
Razi attended the University of Michigan-Dearborn, and received a Bachelor's degree in Engineering. Razi's work has been featured in the Detroit Free Press and Michigan Radio. He is currently a fellow in the inaugural Documenting Detroit Fellowship in documentary photography and photojournalism.
'Muslim In Detroit'
...is a long term photo documentary project that seeks to add texture and nuance to conversation about Muslims in America. While the project focuses on communities in Detroit, Hamtramck, and Highland Park, the value of the project is far-reaching in todays shifting cultural climate in the United States.