About me

My inspiration for photography comes from the people and my surroundings. I love to experience other cultures, meet different people from diverse communities.

I believe in immersion photography and spend months listening, observing and talking with my subjects over the course of a project. Photography has become a part of my identity – a force that makes me think, feel and understand human being and the human condition.

Currently, I am working with different social groups that are deprived of basic human needs. However, at the same time, I am exploring their traditional lifestyle and learning from it.

I have completed basic and foundation courses from “Pathshala South AsianMedia Institute “. Later on, I also participated in a documentary photography course of Counter Photo, another renowned photography institute of Bangladesh. Currently, I am pursuing a Diploma in photography from Alliance Francaise de Dhaka. I am a lifetime member of “Bangladesh Photographic Society (BPS)” and also a member of the Photographic Society of America (PSA).

Awards & Recognitions:

Moscow International Foto Awards, 2018: 2nd & 3rd Place

Tokyo International Foto Award (TIFA), 2017: 2nd Place & Honorable mention

6th Olympic Photo Circuit, Greece, 2018: Awarded

Monochrome Photography Awards, 2017: Honorable mention

N.E.W. BI-Continental Photographic Circuit-2017: Awarded

ND Award Photo Contest, 2017: 1st Place, 3rd place&Honorable mention

5th Olympic Photo Circuit, Greece, 2017: Awarded

Monovision Photography Award, 2017: Honorable mention

PX3, France, 2017: Honorable mention

Moscow International Foto Awards, 2017: Honorable mention

ND Award Photo Contest, 2016:3rd Place

Tokyo International Foto Award (TIFA), 2016: Honorable mention

3rd BPS International Photography Competition & Exhibition, Bangladesh, 2016: Awarded


Website and blog publications:

Social Documentary Network featured “Survivor; survived against all the odds” in August 2017 as the photographer of the month.

“Battered not broken” a work on Rohingya refugees has been published on Social Documentary Network.

Photography blog www.121clicks.com featured “Survivor; survived against all the odds” in 2017.