Fatima-Tuj-Johora is an independent visual storyteller from Bangladesh. There is one thing that gets her to do and excites her is “Photography” which stands out from all the rest. She used to write poetry, and paint abstracts as a...
Focus:Photographer, Photojournalist, Filmmaker, Journalist, Videographer, Health, Travel, Video Editor, Fine Art, Environment, Documentary, Multimedia, News, Creative, Video, Film, Photography, Portraiture, Lifestyle, Conceptual, Art, International News, Student, Freelance, Humanitarian, Life, Impact, Assignments, Aerial, Cinematography, Human Rights, International, Artist, Editorial, Editing, Storyteller, Visual Artist, Climate, Feature Journalist, Arts Journalism, Lifestyle Journalism, Digital Journalism, Print Journalism, Environmental Stories, Health Stories, Still Photographer, Studio Photographer, Visual Producer, Digital Media, Portrait Photography, Breaking News, Nature, Reportage, Visual Journalist, Visual Storyteller
Skills:Research, Photo Editing, Multimedia Production, Photojournalism, Print Design, Retouching, Video Editing, Web Development, Cinematographer, Drone Pilot, Arts Journalism, Visual Producer, News Writing, Photoshop
Students attend a torch procession as they demanding women's safety and justice for rape victims. Protesting the government's failure to provide security for women and the surge of rapes, women in the capital brought out a procession
Students are gathered to protest against the rape and murder of Aurna Amin in Dhanmondi, Dhaka. Also, they protest and speak about the recent rape and murder of a homeless street girl named Mim at the Dhaka Shahid Minar.
Nabil (11), a student of class six, works with his father in a brickfield in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Closure of schools and a decrease of family income due to Covid-19 impact expose him to the risk of child labor.
One week ago here was her home but now it's just an open place with garbage and ashes. A fire has broken out Chalantika slum in Dhaka on January 24, 2020. Hundreds of residents are destroyed because of this incident.
Family members standing infront of their house which is floated with flood water. Bangladesh is a land of rivers. It is prone to flooding due to being situated on the Brahmaputra River Delta and the many distributaries flowing into the Bay of Bengal. Due to being part of such a basin and being less than 5 meters above mean sea level, Bangladesh faces the cumulative effects of floods due to water flashing from nearby hills, the accumulation of the inflow of water from upstream catchments, and locally heavy rainfall enhanced by drainage congestion. Bangladesh faces this problem almost every year. In recent years the frequency of abnormal floods in Bangladesh has increased substantially, causing serious damage to lives and property.
A terrible fire broke out in about 15 acres of forest reserve allotted for the biodiversity of Jahangirnagar University at Dhaka, Bangladesh. This causes extensive damage to the environment. In addition to the destruction of plants, a large number of insects and nocturnal animals died in the fire.
Migrant people and workers are returning home the day before sticky lockdown as they can because of the traffic crisis. At the risk of their lives, people are crowding trucks, three-wheelers, motorcycles, and even passenger buses. Bangladesh is set to go into a week-long lockdown with strict measures, during which all offices will be shut, from Wednesday.
A gypsy man doing their traditional performance with a Cobra snack during the outbreak of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) at Savar the outskirts of Capital Dhaka, Bangladesh. The river gypsies in Bangladesh locally known as ‘Bede’ community.