Andrew Biraj

Photographer
      
Afghanistan
Location: Washington DC, USA
Nationality: Bangladeshi
Biography: Andrew Biraj is a photojournalist currently based in Washington DC. Biraj has worked for the international news agencies Reuters, Sipa Press USA and Getty Images. He holds an advanced diploma in photography from Pathshala, the South Asian... read on

In our imagery, Afghanistan is a ground of catastrophe without therapy. A

ground of Taliban, Islam, fundamentalism, war, risk and greed. If

considered at all by the international media, reports from the continent

are generally buried within the shadows of stereotypes. My invention of

Kabul is far beyond the formed perception. Behind the war and conflict

images, the daily life is full of colors and vibration. Here people have their

own generosity, which is far beyond Taliban. As a photographer my eyes

looked for those scene to illustrate my experience beyond the news

images.

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THROUGH MY WINDOWS

By Andrew Biraj — A short film by photographer Andrew Biraj depicting the solitary and emotional journey of life, during the..
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THE SOLITARY SPRING - DAYS OF PANDEMIC

By Andrew Biraj — A short-film by Andrew Biraj depicting the solitary and emotional journey of life, during the coronavirus..
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Ship Breaking Yard

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Tobacco Children

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Tearsheets

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Bonded Stitches & Struggle

By Andrew Biraj — Testimony of Life in Bangladesh’s Garment Industry More than 3.5 million workers produce high quality..
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Singles

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Living With Water

By Andrew Biraj — Living With Water In Bangladesh flood has become a common phenomenon, a natural calamity which over the..
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Myanmar; Cyclone Nargis Aftermath

By Andrew Biraj / Myanmar
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Cambodian Landmine Victims

By Andrew Biraj / Siem Reap — “The disability has imprisoned my dreams and hinders my whole spirit.” While walking  between the..
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Jute Mill Workers

By Andrew Biraj — Jute Mill Workers in Bangladesh “Our lives are like the factory’s spare junks. No one needs us now,”..
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State Excluded

By Andrew Biraj — Tales of the Bihari Community in Bangladesh “People of the city can’t live even a single day if we stop..
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BAHINI

By Andrew Biraj — “I saw my mother committed suicide in front of me. She was so frustrated as my father was a drug addict..
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Gabura; A Village of Sorrow

By Andrew Biraj — A Village of Sorrow Gabura is an isolated village near the mangrove forest Sunderban in Satkhira district..
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