Shehab Uddin - Biography

Shehab Uddin is a visual artist, educator, curator and documentary photographer from Bangladesh, currently based in Australia. His key interests lie in socio-political documentation, though his work is highly emotive.

Shehab graduated from Pathshala South Asian Media Institute in Dhaka, before going on to work there as a tutor. Having worked in Dhaka as a newspaper photographer for Daily Sangbad for eight years, Shehab joined Drik Picture Agency’s Photography Department in 2005 and was photographer and team leader until 2010. He has also worked for several corporate and non-profit organisations.

Shehab’s has been exhibited globally in prominent galleries and festivals. He has won numerous awards, including Project Grant, Magnum Foundation Emergency Fund; the Alexia Foundation Professional Grant; All Roads (HM), National Geographic; WHO, Asahi Shimbun, IIPC, FIAP and HPA.

He has been published internationally, including The New York Times, CPN, Time Journal of Photography, The Politiken, USA Today, CBS News, Time Online, The Guardian, Times Daily, New Internationalist, Der Spiegel, Nepali Times.

Shehab’s work is in the collections of Kiyosato Museum of Photographic Arts (Japan), State Library of Queensland (Australia), Dhaka Nagar Jadughar (Dhaka City Museum) and Liberation War Museum (Bangladesh).

Shehab has completed his Doctor of Visual Arts at the QCA, Griffith University (Brisbane, 2017), where he also has been teaching since 2012. He was named a Panos Media Fellow (2005) and has taught at the Sunshine Coast University (Queensland, 2019) and College of Journalism and Mass Communication (Kathmandu, 2006).

Shehab has co-organised several international in-field educational programmes in Nepal, India and Bangladesh (2013 – 2018) in collaboration between Griffith University, RMIT University, Australian National University, Swinburne University, Pathshala South Asian Media Institute, One School Goa and Photo Circle.

Shehab Uddin - Curriculum Vitae

EDUCATION / FELLOWSHIP:
2012–2017: Doctor of Visual Arts, Queensland College of Art (QCA), Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia

Chain of Poverty: An Immersive Approach

https://research-repository.griffith.edu.au/handle/10072/368166

This research project was generated from the lived experience of three families in Bangladesh whose life chances are significantly reduced through the impoverishment they endure. Both the thesis and the visual outcomes (presented as a photobook) acknowledge and celebrate the reflexivity in the processes undertaken throughout this research, which attempted to narrow the gap between the researched and researcher. The research offers a collaborative and immersive process aimed to contribute to the realm of documentary practice and to help those in the Minority World understand people with impoverishment beyond being merely a statistical cohort.

2006–2009: Three Year Programme in Photography (Diploma, Ad. Diploma and Graduation), Pathshala South Asian Media Institute, Dhaka, Bangladesh

2005: Panos/STOP TB Media Fellowship, Panos South Asia & Global Aid Programme, Kathmandu, Nepal

2005: Fredskorpset Preparatory Course in Asia jointly organised by AIT Extension, Asian Institute of Technology, Bangkok, Thailand, and Fredskorpset, Norway

 

RESEARCH / BOOK PUBLICATIONS:

2017: Chain of Poverty: An Immersive Approach, Doctoral Thesis, Queensland College of Art, Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia

Windmill of Your Mind, non-traditional research outputs (NTROs), Queensland State Archives, Brisbane, Australia

2016: Chain of Poverty (bilingual self-published photobook containing outcomes from doctoral research), Brisbane, Australia

2015: This Is the Life: Chain of Poverty (solo exhibition), non-traditional research outputs (NTROs), Dhaka, Bangladesh

No Life on the Street: Chain of Poverty (solo exhibition), non-traditional research outputs (NTROs), Dhaka, Bangladesh

Born into a Poor Family: Chain of Poverty (solo exhibition), non-traditional research outputs (NTROs), Khulna, Bangladesh

Cast by the Sun, Crane Arts, Crane International Project Space (Gallery 105), non- traditional research outputs (NTROs), Philadelphia, USA

Cast by the Sun, non-traditional research outputs (NTROs), POP Gallery, Brisbane, Australia

2008: Amrao Manush: Pavement Dwellers (photobook published by Concern Worldwide), Dhaka, Bangladesh

 

ACADEMIC EMPLOYMENT:

2012 – current: Sessional Lecturer (Photography), QCA, Griffith University

Developing curriculum, writing courses and lectures, convening, lecturing, tutoring, assessing, and maintaining Blackboard administration for the Bachelor of Photography core subjects at both South Bank and Gold Coast campuses (see https://experts.griffith.edu.au/academic/a.uddin)

Duties include writing, convening and/or teaching the following courses:

Darkroom Project (2017), a fundamental and experimental use of traditional film processing and the silver gelatine printing process.

Studio Foundation: Photographic Narrative (2019-2020), basic understanding of photographic narrative and photo story.

Organising, convening and/or teaching Domestic and International Intensive Infield Documentary project/course:

Indo-Pac Intensive Tour, Nepal (Mixed Mode) (2018), Non-fiction Storytelling, a collaborative programme with Griffith University, RMIT University,
Australian National University (ANU), Swinburne University, Pathshala South Asian Media Institute (Bangladesh), and photo.circle (Nepal). This programme received an Asia Bound Grant to take a group of students to Nepal.

Documentary Infield Project, Nepal (Mixed Mode) (2016), Non-fiction Storytelling, a collaborative programme with Griffith University, Pathshala South Asian Media Institute, RMIT University and photo.circle. This programme received an Asia Bound Grant to take a group of students to Nepal.

Documentary Infield Project, India (Mixed Mode) (2016), International Storytelling Workshop, a collaborative programme with Griffith University and One School Goa (India). This programme received an Asia Bound Grant to take a group of students to India.

Documentary Infield Project (Mixed Mode) (2018), a collaborative programme with Griffith University, local government (Maranoa Regional Council) NGOs, and local communities in Roma, QLD.

Documentary Infield Project (Collectors & Gatherers) (2017), a collaborative programme with Griffith University, local government (Western Downs Regional Council), NGOs and local communities in Chinchilla, QLD.

Documentary Infield Project (2015) a collaborative programme with Griffith University, Local government (Central Highlands Regional Council) NGOs and local communities in Capella, QLD.

Documentary Infield Project, Bangladesh (2013), International Storytelling Workshop, a collaborative programme with Griffith University and Pathshala South Asian Media Institute. This programme received an Asia Bound Grant to take a group of students to Bangladesh.

Teaching courses (Photography Core and elective courses):

Introduction to Photography (2017 – current)

Digital Photography ( 2017 – current)

Studio Foundation: Portrait in Domestic Space (2020) 

Contemporary Photojournalism (2014, 2017–2019)

Introduction to Digital Photography (2017–18)

Individual Project 2 – Photojournalism (2017–18)

Socially Engaged Documentary (2015–16, 2018)

Photojournalism and Ethics (2012–14, 2018)

Editing & Publication (2017)

Collectors & Gatherers 2 (Mixed Mode) (2017)

Lighting as Visual Language (2016–17)
Photo Methodologies: Fundamentals 2 (2016)

Digital Imaging (2014–16)

Photo Methodologies: Fundamentals (2015)

Photo Technologies: Fundamentals (2012–16)

Social Documentary (2012–15)

 

2019–current: Sessional Lecturer (Photography), School of Creative Industries, University of the Sunshine Coast

Developing curriculum, lectures, convening, lecturing, tutoring, assessing, and maintaining Blackboard administration for undergraduate subjects at Sunshine Coast campuses.

Duties include teaching the following courses:

Fundamentals of Photographic Practice (2019)

Photographic Practice in Creative Industries (2020)

2010 – 2012: Lecturer, Pathshala, South Asian Media Institute, Dhaka, Bangladesh

Curriculum development and course convening the core Photography subjects; Convening and lecturing several courses (Basic Photography, Photography Foundation, Photojournalism, Digital Darkroom, Documentary Photography, Development & Editorial Photography and Digital Photography)

Organising and/or co-convening and teaching Domestic and International Intensive Infield Documentary project/course multiples times in collaboration with Oslo University College (Norway), Edith Cowan University (Australia), and photo.circle (Nepal)

Facilitating reality distance TV learning programme, Durpath, broadcast on local television channel Desh TV (2011)

2005 – 2006: Asst. Lecturer, College of Journalism & Mass-Communication, Kathmandu, Nepal

Curriculum development and course convening the core Photography subjects; Convening and lecturing several courses (Basic Photography, Photography Foundation, Photojournalism, Digital Darkroom, Documentary Photography, Development & Editorial Photography and Digital Photography)

SUPERVISION & ASSESSMENT OF HDR STUDENTS:
2020: Supervisor of Honours candidate Celina Rigby, Ageing: Retirement Overdue, QCA, Griffith University

2019: Assessor, Honours in Visual Arts candidates (two candidates), QCA, Griffith University

2018: Assessor, Master of Art in Visual Arts (MAVA) candidates (two candidates), QCA, Griffith University

2014: Supervisor of Honours candidate Robert Lang, Colin: My Father, QCA, Griffith University

SHORT COURSE AND WORKSHOP FACILITATOR EXPERIENCES (selected):

2018–current: Art Educator and workshop facilitator, Flying Art, QLD

2019: Photographic Storytelling, a collaboration with QCA and Brisbane Art Design (BAD) Festival 2019 (an initiative of Museum of Brisbane)

2019: People of Botanica: A Portrait Workshop, a collaboration with QCA and Brisbane Art Design (BAD) Festival 2019 (an initiative of Museum of Brisbane)

2018: Asia-Pacific Triennial: Light-Painting Workshop – QAGOMA, a between QCA and Queensland Art Gallery |

2014: Basic Techniques in Photography, QCA, Griffith University 2010–current: Independent Workshop Facilitator, Visual Storytelling, Photography and Photoshop for the Photographer

2009: Trainer of the Trainer, Photography Workshop and Exhibition by Adolescent Children, jointly organised by UNICEF, BRAC, CMES and Pathshala, Dhaka, Bangladesh

JUROR / NOMINATOR:

2017–current: Nominator, 6×6 Global Talent Program, World Press Photo, The Netherlands

2017: Juror, Camera Obscura Photographic Competition, Churchie, Brisbane, Australia

2014–2017: Juror, Photojournalism Project, a collaborative programme with Griffith University and Wesley Mission Brisbane, Australia

CREATIVE / ARTISTIC / INDUSTRY EXPERIENCES (selected):

2005–current: Independent Visual Artist/ Documentist/ Art Educator/ Photographer/ Curator

2015–current: Art Contributor Collaborator with Artist Paul Andrew: ARI Remix Project: Living Archives, Artist-Runs: Mapping the Unmapped – A long-term art project funded by Art Queensland, Australia.

2015–2017: Guest Lecturer, Postgraduate Seminar, QCA, Griffith University

2015: Lecture/Artist Talk, Lived Experience: An Immersive Approach of Telling Stories of Impoverishment, lecture presented at Chobi Mela VIII, International Festival of Photography, Bangladesh
 
2009: Speaker, Seeking Justice: Social Activism through Journalism & Documentary Practice (session 2), Online Symposium, Center for Documentary Practice, QCA
 
2005–2012: Guest Lecturer, Beg Art Institute of Photography, Bangladesh; National Institute of Mass Communication (NIMCO), Bangladesh; and WaterAid, Asia Communications Skill Share, Bangladesh
 

PHOTOGRAPHY CONSULTANT EXPERIENCES (selected):

2019–current: Commissioned Documentary Photographer: Documenting diverse communities of Brisbane and Logan for permanent collection, the State Library of Queensland

2017–current: Documentary Photographer (casual/volunteer), Operation Smile, Australia

2006–current: Photographer (contributor), Majority World (photo agency), UK, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh

2005–2012: Photographer, working for both domestic and international publications and NGOs/INGOs, such as Agence France-Presse (AFP), Associated Press (AP), Der Spiegel (Germany), Politiken (Denmark), Saudia Aramco, World Portrait, Fredskorpset, UNICEF, WFP, FAO, Action Aid, BRAC, World Bank, OXFAM GB, Academy for Educational Development (AED), USAID, CCDB, Standard Chartered Bank, Bitopi Advertising, Grey World Wide, Bangladesh Disaster Preparedness Centre (BDPC).collaboration Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA)

2005–2012: Photographer (casual), Concern Worldwide, Dhaka, Bangladesh

2010–2011: Photographer (casual), World Bank, Dhaka, Bangladesh

2007–2010: Photographer (casual), OXFAM GB

2005–2010: Photographer/Team Leader, Photography Department, Drik Picture Library Ltd, Dhaka, Bangladesh

2006–2010: Supervisory Photographer and Project Coordinator, World Portraits for Majority World CIC, an assigned portraits project from photo agency ANP Netherlands, Asia region (Bangladesh, Nepal and Sri Lanka)

 

2007: Photographer (casual), USAID, Dhaka, Bagladesh

2007: Photographer (casual), Academy for Educational Development (AED), Washington, USA

1997–2005: Staff / Chief Photographer, The Daily Sangbad, a leading national daily newspaper, Dhaka, Bangladesh

AWARDS & GRANTS (selected):

2020: New Colombo Plan Funding, Australia: Core member of a multi-institutional research of a consortium comprising Griffith University, RMIT, ANU, and Swinburne University, Pathshala South Asian Media Institute (Bangladesh), and photo.circle (Nepal).

2018: New Colombo Plan Funding, Australia: Core member of a multi-institutional research of a consortium comprising Griffith University, RMIT, ANU, and Swinburne University, Pathshala South Asian Media Institute (Bangladesh), and photo.circle (Nepal).

2016: New Colombo Plan Funding, Australia: Core member of a multi-institutional research of a consortium comprising Griffith University, RMIT, ANU, and Swinburne University, Pathshala South Asian Media Institute (Bangladesh), and photo.circle (Nepal).

20112–2016: Griffith University Postgraduate Research Scholarship, Australia
20112–2016: Griffith University International Postgraduate Research Scholarship, Australia 2016

2014: Semi-finalist, Moran Contemporary Photographic Prize, Australia
2010: Project Grant, Magnum Foundation’s Emergency Fund, Magnum Foundation, USA

Professional Grant, Alexia Foundation, USA

2009: Nomination Award, The Humanity Photo Awards 2009 Contest (HPA), China

2008: Honourable Mention Award, All Roads Photography Program, National Geographic, USA. 

FIAP Honourable Mention, Miniature Photo Contest, Slovakia

2007: Gold Medal, The 67th Asahi Shimbun, International Photographic Salon of Japan 

2006: Gold Medal, The 66th Asahi Shimbun, International Photographic Salon of Japan 

2005: News Photographs of The Year 2004, Prokirti Foundation, Dhaka, Bangladesh 

9th Prize (Colour Section), The WHO Photo Contest: Image of Disability 2005, WHO

4th Prize (Digital Section), The WHO Photo Contest: Image of Disability 2005, WHO 

Grand Prize, CAPTURE IT 2005, Rothmans, British American Tobacco Bangladesh 

2004: IIPC Medal (Journalism Section), India Print Circuit, Burhanpur, India

10th Prize, World Congress photo-contest “participation for all?”, Rehabilitation International Norge, World Congress 2004, Norway

2002: 2nd Prize, Environmental Photo Contest & Exhibition, Bangladesh Paribesh Andolon (BAPA)

2001: Gold Medal, The 61st Asahi Shimbun, International Photographic Salon of Japan 

2000: Best Experimental Award, The 6th CPS National Photo Contest & Exhibition 2000, Chattagram Photographic Society of Bangladesh

PUBLICATIONS (Book, Magazine & Newspaper):
Contributing Author (selected):

2015: “Empowering the Poor”, The New York Times International, 30 February 2015

“Photos of the Most Vulnerable People in Bangladesh”, Vice, 17 June 2015 

2011: Under the Banyan Tree (photobook), Pathshala South Asian Media Institute, Dhaka, Bangladesh

2009: Perspective (photobook), Pathshala South Asian Media Institute, Dhaka, Bangladesh

2008: “The ‘Bird Keeper’ of Bangladesh Stalks the Streets of Dhaka”, The CPN Magazine, Cannon Professional Network

2005–current: Works had published globally, like, New York Times, Vice, Time Online, The Guardian, Times daily, Time Journal of Photography, The CPN, Politiken, USA, Today, CBS news, New Internationalist, Der Spiegel, The Guardian, Q Weekend, Nepali Times, Saudi Aramco World and online exhibitions, etc.

Featured (selected):

2019: Featured in the textbook “Documentary Photography Reconsidered” by Michelle Bogre, Publisher: Bloomsbury Visual Arts (17 October 2019) ISBN-10: 1472586697

2015: This Is the Life: Chain of Poverty (solo exhibition), Dhaka, Bangladesh
No Life on the Street: Chain of Poverty (solo exhibition), Dhaka, Bangladesh Born into a Poor Family: Chain of Poverty (solo exhibition), Khulna, Bangladesh

Feature published in the weekend supplement of The Daily Prothom Alo, Bangladesh 26 January 2015.

EXHIBITIONS / SCREENING (selected):

Solo Exhibitions/Screenings (selected):

2021: Reconnect Memories: A Family History, Logan Art Gallery, Logan, QLD (was scheduled for May 2020 but has move to March 2021 due to Covid 19)

2015: This Is the Life: Chain of Poverty (solo exhibition), Dhaka, Bangladesh

No Life on the Street: Chain of Poverty (solo exhibition), Dhaka, Bangladesh 

Born into a Poor Family: Chain of Poverty (solo exhibition), Khulna, Bangladesh

Cast by the Sun, Crane Arts, Crane International Project Space (Gallery 105), Philadelphia, USA

Cast by the Sun, POP Gallery, Brisbane, Australia

2019: Featured in the textbook “Documentary Photography Reconsidered” by Michelle Bogre, Publisher: Bloomsbury Visual Arts (17 October 2019) ISBN-10: 1472586697

2015: “An Embedded Photographer Empowers the Poor” by James Estrin, the Lens Blog (blog), the New York Times, 24 February 2015.

2013: Living Poverty, Project Gallery, QCA, Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia

2010: Shehab Uddin: Nordic Light, International Festival of Photography, Kristiansund, Norway

2009: Amrao Manush: The Pavement Dwellers, Museum of Modern Art, Taiwan 

Amrao Manush: The Pavement Dwellers, Chobi Mela V, International Festival of Photography, Dhaka, Bangladesh

2006: These Strangers Are Family Now, Chobi Mela IV, International Festival of Photography, Dhaka, Bangladesh

2003: In to the Bird’s World, Bengal Gallery of Fine Arts, Bengal Foundation, Dhaka, Bangladesh

Group Exhibitions/Screenings (selected): 

2020: Two Decades of Queensland Photography, State Library of Queensland 

2018: Postcards from Asia, The Centre Beaudesert, Beaudesert, Australia

2017: Windmill of Your Mind: Stories Inspired by Queensland’s Oldest Building, the Queensland State Archives (QSA), Brisbane, Australia

2015: Cast by the Sun, Crane Arts, Crane International Project Space (Gallery 105), Philadelphia, USA

Cast by the Sun, POP Gallery, Brisbane, Australia

2014: Colossal: Griffith University Printmakers Club Exhibition, Impress Printmakers Studio and Gallery, Brisbane, Australia

2013: Living Poverty, Project Gallery, QCA, Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia

Queensland Small Towns: Photo-Documentary Project, Brisbane Powerhouse, Brisbane, Australia

Queensland Small Towns: Photo-Documentary Project, Dalby, Australia 

2012: Queensland Small Towns: Photo-Documentary Project, Emerald Art Gallery, Emerald, Australia

I Witness, Bernice Steinbaum Gallery, Miami, Florida, US 

2010: Group Show, Brussels, Belgium

2009: Memories of Mankind, Guangzhou, China

Images to Stop Tuberculosis, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

2008: Group Show, Angkor Photography Festival, Cambodia

Student Workshop Dok08, Photojournalism programme, Oslo, Norway

2007: The Asahi Shimbun, International Photographic Salon of Japan

2006: World Portraits, Chobi Mela IV, International Festival of Photography, Dhaka, Bangladesh

Morten Krogvold Workshop: Student Works, Chobi Mela IV, International Festival of Photography, Dhaka, Bangladesh

The Asahi Shimbun, International Photographic Salon of Japan 

2004: IIPC, India International Photographic Council, Burhanpur, India

Twenty: Two Decades of Queensland Photography, State Library of Queensland

2002: AALOK Group, Tokyo, Japan

2001: The Asahi Shimbun, International Photographic Salon of Japan

CURATING / BOOK EDITING PROJECTS (selected):

2019: Brisbane City Botanic Garden, outcome QCA, Griffith University; Brisbane City Botanic Garden; and Brisbane Art Design (BAD) Festival 2019 (an initiative of Museum of Brisbane) (Co-curator)

2018: Roma Revealed, an e-zine publication outcome from a collaborative programme with Griffith University, local government (Maranoa Regional Council) NGOs, and local communities in Roma, QLD (Co-executive Editor)

Non-fiction Storytelling, a group show at Kathmandu, outcome from a collaborative programme with Griffith University, RMIT University, Australian National University (ANU), Swinburne University, Pathshala South Asian Media Institute (Bangladesh), and photo.circle (Nepal) (Co-executive Editor)

Roma Revealed, a group show at ABC Brisbane, outcome from a collaborative programme with Griffith University, local government (Maranoa Regional Council) NGOs, and local communities in Roma (Co-curator)

2017: Chinchilla, an e-zine publication, outcome from a collaborative programme with Griffith University, local government (Western Downs Regional Council), NGOs and local communities in Chinchilla, QLD (Co-executive Editor)

Within / Without, a group show, Webb Gallery, QCA, Brisbane, outcome from a collaborative programme with Griffith University, Pathshala South Asian Media Institute (Bangladesh), RMIT University, and photo.circle (Nepal) (Curator)

Photojournalism and Documentary, Graduation Show, Webb Gallery, QCA, Brisbane (Co-curator)

Connecting Us, a group show at Brisbane City Council Library, outcome from a collaborative programme with Griffith University and Wesley Mission Brisbane (Co- curator)

2016: Non-fiction Storytelling Workshop, a group show at Kathmandu, Nepal, outcome from a collaborative programme with Griffith University, Pathshala South Asian Media Institute (Bangladesh), RMIT University, and photo.circle (Nepal) (Co- curator)

Eyes on Goa (Volume 1 & 2): Documentary In-field Project 2016, a photo book publication, outcome from a collaborative programme with Griffith University and One School Goa (India) (Production Manager)

2015: Capella & The Gemfields, Vol.1 & 2, photobook publications, outcomes from a collaborative programme with Griffith University and local government (Central Highlands Region), NGOs and local communities in QLD (Production Manager)

Through My Eyes: Anti-Poverty Week, group show at Brisbane City Library, outcome from a collaborative programme with Griffith University and Wesley Mission, Brisbane (Co-curator)

2014: Everyone Has A Story, group show at White Box Gallery, QCA, Brisbane, outcome from a collaborative programme with Griffith University and Wesley Mission, Brisbane (Co-curator)

27 Eyes on Sylhet, photobook publication, outcome from a collaborative programme with Griffith University and Pathshala South Asian Media Institute (Bangladesh) (Co-curator)

2013: 27 Eyes on Sylhet, group show at Project Gallery, QCA, Brisbane, outcome from a collaborative programme with Griffith University and Pathshala South Asian Media Institute (Bangladesh) (Co-executive Editor)

TRAINING & WORKSHOPS COMPLETED (selected):

2017: Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) Australia, an Accredited Standard Mental Health

2014: Photogravure Workshop conducted by Richard Hricko, Professor & Program Head of Printmaking, Department of Graphic Arts and Design, Tyler School of Art of Temple University, Philadelphia, at QCA, Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia

2010: Train the Trainer Workshop conducted by Dr Ulrich Gartner, Managing Director and Trainer of AMI Asian Management Institute, Dhaka, Bangladesh

2009: Grant Writing Workshop conducted by Amy Yenkin and Quito Ziegler, Chobi Mela V, International Festival of Photography, Dhaka, Bangladesh

Photographing the Magazine Assignment Workshop conducted by Dick Doughty, Managing Editor of the American magazine Saudi Aramco World magazine, Chobi Mela V, International Festival of Photography, Dhaka, Bangladesh

2008: Student Workshop Dok08 Workshop, Oslo University College, conducted by Magnum photographers Jonas Bendiksen, Norway

Edith Cowan University – Pathshala Photography Workshop, conducted by Alison Morley, former Photo Editor of The New York Times and Jay Mains, Chobi Mela IV, International Festival of Photography, Bangladesh

2006: Photography Aesthetics Workshop, conducting by Norwegian Photographer Morten Krogvold, Chobi Mela IV, International Festival of Photography, Dhaka, Bangladesh

2004: Photo Editing Workshop, conducted by Barbara Stauss, Photo Editor of mare (Germany), Chobi Mela II, International Festival of Photography, Dhaka, Bangladesh

2002: Visualization With Aesthetics And Composition & Surrealism And Steps of Montage Photography Workshop organized by AALOK Group of Photography, Dhaka, Bangladesh

2001: Promoting Human Rights through the Internet Workshop, jointly organised by Pathshala South Asian Media Institute & The British Council, Dhaka, Bangladesh

WORK HELD IN PERMANENT COLLECTIONS:

 

o StateLibraryofQueensland,Australia

  • KiyosatoMuseumofPhotographicArts,Japan
  • UnderprivilegedChildrenEducationalProgram(UCEP),Dhaka,Bangladesh 
  • DhakaNagarJadughar,(DhakaCityMuseum),Dhaka,Bangladesh
  • LiberationWarMuseum,Dhaka,Bangladesh
  • PersonalCollections
 

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