Burney is a Fine Artist from Pakistan living and working in Peston, UK. She has a MA in Fine art from the University of Central Lancashire, UK. Burney received her BFA in Photography from the Department of Visual Studies, University of Karachi. Subsequently, she attended the PGD - Post Graduate Diploma program in Photography at the Indus Valley School of Art & Architecture in Karachi, Pakistan. She has taught Basic Design Studio to Foundation Program at Indus Valley School of Art & Architecture for over 12 years. Additionally, she delivered lectures and taught various courses on Art & Design, such as Fundamentals of Design, Basic Design, Darkroom Techniques, Introduction to Photography and History of Photography, at different prestigious universities of Karachi, namely Szabists, Iqra and Karachi University.
Burney is actively writing and researching art and design, particularly public art, in Karachi, Pakistan. She has published and presented several research papers in Pakistan and abroad, including Turkey and the USA. She has done gigantic public art projects of flyover beautification in Larkana and Karachi. Additionally, she has worked with Karachi Biennale as one of the 'Reel on Hai' artists. Reels were launched in March 2017 and placed in Safari Park. Freshly, her work was exhibited and published in an online exhibition, 'Cut, Torn and Mended' by Spilt Milk, Scotland, UK. Earlier, she participated in Jade Montserrat's project mural drawing at the University of Central Lancashire, Preston, UK. Earlier, she also exhibited her installation works in London. Besides, she has exhibited at several art galleries in Pakistan, including an exhibition at the Canadian Embassy in Islamabad with the theme 'Hidden from the view'.