Iman Sultan is a writer and journalist, currently based on the East Coast. She was born and raised in the Northeast United States with periodic visits back to Pakistan, where she lived for most of her early 20s. She has lived and worked in New York City, Karachi and London in the past. Iman’s work focuses on politics and culture, the ways in which identity is used to make art, fashion, and music, and how communities shape and influence public affairs. As a journalist, Iman is interested in connecting the local with the global, and her portfolio spans different countries and regions. Her work has appeared in many publications including National Geographic, Al Jazeera, W, Elle, Harper’s Bazaar, Dawn, The Friday Times, Allure Magazine, Longreads, LA Review of Books, i-D, Playboy, Input Magazine, ZORA Magazine and more.

Iman is adept at writing culture criticism and strongly-opinionated essays, and muckracking investigative features that get to the heart of a story. In addition to writing, she is also a photographer and an editor. She has a wide range of experience working in communications, and is also an expert in production design, specifically for magazines, pamphlets and booklets. She offers editing and production services to clients for an hourly rate.