About

Jashim Salam is a documentary photographer and a photojournalist born in Chittagong,Bangladesh.

Graduated in photography from Pathshala, south asian media institute.

He started his photographic career with DrikNEWS agency.He worked for New Age an English daily of Bangladesh, Drik picture agency, Majority world, NUR photo agency and Corbis images.

His work has been published in numerous national and international newspapers, magazines and publications including The Sunday Times Magazine, Observer, New Internationalist, The Guardians, Reader’s Digest, Himal South Asian, Better Photography, The Climate Crisis, CNN, Photojournale, National Geographic , Reuters, AP,ZUMA Press, SIPA Press, Corbis ,Garuda Indonesia magazine, Forum Magazine, Daily Star, New Age, Prothom Alo, New Nations and many others.

Recipients of many prestigious awards including, Jury’s special award in 6th Humanity Photo Awards in China, Emirates Photography award in UAE, Ian Parry scholarship in England, Fotovisura grant in USA, YIPPA photojournalism award in Korea, FCCT photojournalism award in Thailand,, IPA street photography award in Singapore, Asian Press Photo contest in China, 69th International Photographic Salon of Japan (Ashahi Shimbun) award. People and Planet award in Australia, CEDAW Photo award in U.S.A, CGAP microfinance photo award, International year of biodiversity award, Europe and Asia – dialogue of cultures photo award in Russia, Kuanas photo contest award, Garuda Indonesia International photo award.

His photographs exhibited in Bangladesh, France, U.A.E, China, UK, Switzerland, Japan, Netherlands, Thailand, Indonesia, Lithuania, Uzbekistan, Russia and USA.

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