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Naymuzzaman Prince is a documentary photographer based in Dhaka, Bangladesh. He completed diploma in photography and was a student from Pathshala (1st batch) - South Asian Institute of Photography. He attended a 3-year long seminar (Pleasure of Life) assigned and supported by World Press Photo Foundation Netherlands and was nominated for World Press Photo Joop Swart Master Class in 2003.

Naymuzzaman Prince is a member of Agency Bilderberg-Germany. His main areas of interest are socio-cultural aspects such as women and women rights, culture and identity, worker, health and environment, climate, politics and political violence, religion etc. His major work includes - Child Cancer, Workers Of Ship Breaking Yard, Life In a Brothel, Climate change and its effect on marginalized community, Tiger widow of Sundarbans , Political violence, Cuba-evolution inside revolution, Victims of Rwanda genocide, Leprosy village in Tamil Nadu (India) , Migrant worker in Spain, Population and urbanization of Bangladesh etc.

His work has been published in National and international publications, including New Internationalist, I care (Norway) Climate Change and world Heritage (UNESCO), Disappearing World (Harper Collins) , Wasser wirkt (UNICEF Germany), Dhaka Brute (Bouts du Monde, France) and so on. He made lot of climate change related video and still documentary for DoE (Department of Environment) of Bangladesh government.

His work has been exhibited in- Chobimela III ( Solo exhibition)"International festival of Photography-Bangladesh", Climate change summit Bali 2007 (Conducted by Climate change cell and Department of Environment), Alliance Française de Dhaka 1999 and 2010, Drik Gallery 1999, 2003, 2008 etc. Series exhibition "In search-Part 1 / 2" was held on March / June 2011 at Alliance Française de Dhaka / Bengal gallery of fine art. In October 2011 he was assigned by UNFPA Bangladesh for a photo exhibition "Bangladesh in a world of 7 billion", as a part of the global campaign ‘7 Billion action’. Safe motherhood still documentary by UNFPA May 2012.

Beside still photography he is making also video documentaries. The subjects he worked on so far on are Ship breaking workers "Shipwreck", Rohingya refugees "The exodus of Rohingya People" , Dallywood film industry "Welcome to Dallywood", Theme song and video for "Safe motherhood" campaign UNFPA , etc
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