Born in Alexandria in 1997, Amira graduated from the Faculty of Fine Arts in 2020. She participated in various group exhibitions in Cairo and Alexandria. In Amira’s latest series, she contemplates the companionship between people and their pets throughout history in a variety of portraits. Ancient Egyptians would keep special canopic jars to take their pets' souls with them to the next life after they pass as they have been silently but effectively creating a new kind of friendship. A special bond where pets show their owners a distinct meaning of loyalty and love in exchange for only food and water. It is impossible not to be attached to the innocence and purity of such love.