Turjoy Chowdhury is an independent Documentary Photojournalist based in Dhaka, Bangladesh. He mostly works on humanitarian issues and crisis. He did his graduation in Architecture from BRAC University. He is involved in different art media from his childhood and has achieved several awards and honors in those fields. He deeply fell in love with photography by exploring the visual art media, and it has become his passion.
His work has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, The Guardian, The Huffington Post, BBC, Al Jazeera, WNN, Feature Shoot, Life Force Magazine, Zone Zero, Foto8, Ethic Magazine, Aksgar magazine, Foto Evidience, Fotovisura, ND Magazine, Private Magazine, Dodho Magazine, CFYE, Fotoritim, F- stop magazine, etc and exhibited internationally, such as: C40 Mayor Summit 2016; Mexico, Doc Day Photography Exhibition; Turkey, Ian Parry Exhibition 2016; London, Venice Biennale 2016; Italy, Delhi Photo Festival 2013; India, etc.
His projects got nominated and shortlisted for several grants: Photography Grant 2016, Ian Parry Scholarship 2016, MRO Foundation Grant 2016, Lucie Foundation Scholarship 2015, etc. He achieved different international awards: LensCulture Emerging Talent Award 2017, Picture of the Year International 2017, Emerging Talent Award 2015; Jessica Lum Award 2014; Future Voice Jury Award 2014, in Eye time photo contest, Photophilanthropy activist award 2013, etc.
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