Reza Shahriar Rahman
Dhaka, Dhaka Division, Bangladesh
I was born in 1989, in a middle class family in Bangladesh. I studied computer science, before leaving my computer career to study photography in Pathshala South Asian Media Institute from 2010 to 2013. I learnt photography from the masters like Morten Krogvold, Philip Blenkinsop, Max Pam and Asim Rafiqui. I also worked under mentorship of Saiful Huq Omi for a year.
Now I work as a documentary photographer at the photo agency of “Counter Foto” called “The Agency” and teach photography at the international photography school “Counter Foto, Department of Photography”.
My Photographs got published in National Geographic, Marie Claire Italia, Saudi Aramco World, Shahidul News, Birding Asia and SAEVUS among others. My work exhibited at Chobi Mela VI, Bangladesh.
Currently I am working on my long-term documentary project called “The River that Killed My Grandfather” on the river Padma in Bangladesh. I’m also working as a assistant producer in a mammoth documentary project on stateless Rohingya refugees around the world called “The Disowned and the Denied” by photographer Saiful Huq Omi.
- Breaking news
- RISC training
- Video capture
- Video editing