How to Upload User's Profile Picture to s3 and a Link to Mongodb

I’m using a PUT request to upload user’s profile picture to s3 and save a link to it in my mongodb users collection. For some reason, I’m getting “CLIENT_ERROR”. Obviously, there’s some error in my implementation. Below are the steps i’ve taken and the code.

  1. use expo ImagePicker to select picture from a user’s media library
  2. in addition to selecting a picture, the selectImage function is meant to send a request the user endpoint using a usersApi
  3. in the usersApi, a storeProfPix function is to send a form data to the backend. The code works up to where the form data was created but the rest does not. Please help me out.

Here’s my code:

useEffect(() => {
    requestPermission();
  }, []);

  const requestPermission = async () => {
    const { granted } = await ImagePicker.requestMediaLibraryPermissionsAsync();
    if (!granted) alert("You need to enable permission to access the library.");
  };

  const handlePress = () => {
    selectImage();

  };
const selectImage = async () => {
    try {
      const result = await ImagePicker.launchImageLibraryAsync({
        mediaTypes: ImagePicker.MediaTypeOptions.Images,
        allowsEditing: true,
        quality: 0.5,
      });
      if (!result.cancelled) setImageUri(result.uri);

      console.log("result from Picker: ", result);
      console.log("user: ", user);
      user.image = result;
      const response = await usersApi.storeProfPix(user);
      console.log("response from backend", response);
    } catch (error) {
      console.log("Error reading an image", error);
    }
  };
Here's the users Api
const storeProfPix = async (user) => {
  const userId = user.userId;
  let data = new FormData();

  data.append("image", {
    name: "image",
    type: "image/jpeg",
    uri: user.image.uri,
  });
// The code works up to the above line
  const profPix = await client.put(endpoint + "/" + userId, data); //this line is not working
  console.log("profPix: ", profPix);
  return profPix;
};
exports.s3UploadOne = async (file) => {
  const s3 = new S3();

  const param = {
    Bucket: bucketName,
    Body: fileStream,
    Key: file.filename,
  };
  return await s3.upload(param).promise();
};
MIDDLEWARE - To Resize Image

module.exports = async (req, res, next) => {
  const file = req.file;

  const resizePromise = async (file) => {
    await sharp(file.path).resize(360).jpeg({ quality: 50 });
  
  };

  await resizePromise();

  req.file = file;

  next();
};
USER ROUTE 
router.put("/:id", [upload.single("image"), resizeOne], async (req, res) => {
  const file = req.file;
  console.log("file: ", file);

  const data = await s3UploadOne(file);

  console.log("data from s3: ", data);
  try {
    await User.findByIdAndUpdate(
      { _id: req.params.userId },
      {
        image: data.map((image) => ({ url: image.Location })),
      }
    );
    // user.image = ;
    // await user.save();
    res.status(200).json("User image has been saved!");
  } catch (err) {
    res.status(500).json(err);
  }
});





I have tried using a number of techniques to reach the backend but none is working.