Mushfiqul Alam is an award winning Photojournalist and documentary photographer based in Dhaka Bangladesh. Mushfiq generally covers sociopolitical issues, climate change and Rohingya refugee crisis. His work has appeared in The New york Times, Days Japan, PDN, The Guardian, The Wall Street Journal, The Huffington Post, NewsWeek, MSNbc, Yahoo news, Wired, Dodho magazine etc. Photographic Awards Year 2015 • Shortlisted in Sony World Photography Awards • Hourly winner in Urban Photographer of the Year Year 2016 • Honorable Mention in The Prix de la Photographie, Px3 • Honorable Mention in The Black and White Spider Awards in silhouette category • Honorable Mention in International Color Awards in Children Of The World category • Honorable Mention in International Color Awards in Portrait category Year 2017 • Honorable Mentions in The Black and White Spider Awards in sports category • Honorable Mentions in The Black and White Spider Awards in Children Of The World category Year 2018 • Special Prize by Jury in DAYS JAPAN International Photojournalism Awards 2018 • Nominated – Joop Swart Masterclass, World Press Photo 2018 – The Netherlands • 2018 PDN Photo Annual Winner - student Category, USA • Marty Forscher Fellowship Fund Award for Humanistic Photography, presented by Parsons School of Design and PDN, USA • New Best Talent of the Year award in "The Prix de la Photographie, Paris" Px3 2018. • Gold Winner - General News Category in "The Prix de la Photographie, Paris" Px3 2018. • Highly commended in Ian Parry Scholarship 2018 Award • 1st Prize in Young Reporter category in Prix Bayeux-Calvados Awards for war correspondents 2018. The first from Bangladesh to receive this award. • Gold under Portrait category in 73rd College Photographer of the Year Award. • Gold under General News category in 73rd College Photographer of the Year Award. • Silver under Documentary category in 73rd College Photographer of the Year Award
Myanmar Army raped Sanwara Begum during ethnic cleansing when she was 17. She crossed the border with her family and now lives in a Rohingya refugee camp in Bangladesh. She recently married a Rohingya man.
Dilder Begum (30) raped by Myanmar Army during the Rohingya ethnic cleansing in 2017. They killed her husband, two sons, and mother in law
A young boy sits near a flood damaged house in jamalpur, Bangladesh. August 19, 2017
Bangladeshi fire Fighter and local people try to remove a fire broke out at a chemical storage in Narayanganj near Dhaka,Bangladesh. November 23, 2018. Duty officer of Bangladeshi Fire Service a said on information, four firefighting units rushed to the spot and brought the flame under control around 5.50pm
A rohingya woman is carried in a sling while crossing the myanmar border to enter in Bangladesh.
Rohingya people walk through water after crossing the border into Bangladesh by boat across the naf river at, Bangladesh
Rohingya people cross the Bangladesh-Myanmar border fence as they try to enter Bangladesh in Bandarban, an area under Cox’s Bazar authority, Bangladesh.