Seemab Zahra is a multidisciplinary artist working in photography, poetry, and writing. She has published her writing and photography in Pakistan, Canada, and India. She shares her poetry at poetry events in Waterloo Region. She has been a part of writing workshops organized by Green Lights Arts Theater and Pat the Dog Theater. In the summer of 2020, Seemab was a part of a writing mentorship program offered by Textile Magazine. Her poetry was recently published in Policing the Pandemic Zine by KW Article Club. Seemab writes on human rights, women's rights, education, and scientific research. In 2019 she interviewed Dr. Naweed Syed, a professor at the Department of Cell Biology and Anatomy, Hotchkiss Institute Calgary Alberta, and is the inventor of a chip that can directly talk to the networks of brain cells. After that interview, she wrote an article that was published in The Friday Times in October 2019 in Pakistan. Besides writing, Seemab loves taking pictures and has captured various events in GTA. She covered the Climate Strike Waterloo region in November 2019. She also donates her photography for charities and fundraisers. Her photography was published in The Remnant Archive, an online journal comprising features on literature, art, and history in India. She has been selected for the Inaugural Arts exchange program by MT Space Theater in Kitchener Ontario. She has also been selected for the BIPOC artists’ display project by THE MUSEUM Kitchener. Seemab shares her work on various social media platforms.