Shahla Ahmad Photography (S.A.P) endeavors to connect nature to the people in the world. Sap (xylem liquid) within plants is what keeps a plant full of nutrients and turgid (standing straight). S.A.P., like the natural herbaceous form, fills her photos with life and allows them to stand on their own with simplicity and elegance. S.A.P. has traveled and searched the United States' Southeast to exhibit only the very best of her colour work. Displaying the skies, land, seas, animals, and people in a vivid and natural light.
Shahla Ahmad is a world traveler having lived in Australia, Jordan, and in a number of states in the USA. She is currently based in Alabama where she learned to craft her photographic skills. Shahla has been photographing since her young teens, where she won best of show at a local museum. As years passed she decided to pursue photography as a career and life goal. Her inspiration originates from the natural world around us. Where the colours, shapes, and changes affect her every picture. Shahla strives to include at least a small portion of nature in every photo she takes.