- The Daily StarContributor, 2010 - present
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- Monthly Computer BartaFreelancer, 2012
- Pathshala- South Asian Media Academy, DhakaBachelors in Photography, 2012 - present
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Syrian Refugees by James Nachtwey | LightBox | TIME.com
Refugee status is temporary, in theory, but without a place to go back to limbo begins to look permanent. James Nachtwey explores the refuge
Mystery in the Sky: A Legendary Photo (Slowly) Gives Up Its Secrets | Li...
A new documentary film -- and a previously unpublished image -- shed light on one of the most famous, and most widely misinterpreted, photog
Marilyn, Moving and Still: One Fan’s 16mm Film | LightBox | TIME.com
He was a 14-year-old kid from the Bronx. She was a 29-year-old movie star at the height of her allure. They inhabited different worlds, but
‘The Best Photo From Vietnam’: One Photographer’s Defining Image of War ...
Art Greenspon was in his 20s while documenting the Vietnam War for the Associated Press. Days before being wounded, he made a photograph so
When Age Produces Beauty: Photographs of Legends at Work | LightBox | TI...
TIME commissioned Eugene Richards to photograph prominent American artists who are in their 80s or about to arrive there. What follows are p
One Photographer’s Witness to a Brutal Execution in Syria | LightBox | T...
A rare series of images from a photojournalist chronicles a harrowing scene near Aleppo.
9/11: The Photographs That Moved Them Most | LightBox | TIME.com
Renowned photo editors, photographers, educators, curators, and bloggers recall the images that moved them most from September 11, 2001
Andy’s World: Rare Photographs From Warhol’s Own Camera | LightBox | TIM...
LightBox presents many never-before-seen photographs taken by the legendary pop artist: Polaroids that capture the glitz and glamor of the s
From the Inner Cities to the White House: Photographs by Camilo José Ver...
This week, Camilo José Vergara will become the first photographer ever to receive the National Humanities Medal. He writes for LightBox abou
Hong Kong in the 1950s and 1960s by Fan Ho | LightBox | TIME.com
The layered black and white photographs of Hong Kong Yesterday are the visual diary of a patient observer; a diary that, save for the lack o