found a rundown yashica FX3 camera in my house
and starting dabbling in photography in 1995.
I had secretly dreamt of becoming a professional
photographer. My parents encourage me and
I mostly took pictures of my family and my
relatives. In 1998 -I saw a photo exhibition
on AIDS victims, entitled 'Positive Lives'
at the Drik Gallery and realized for the first
time how images can influence social perception
of AIDS patients.
hospitals rarely have the resources for providing
individual nursing. As Nasima, suffering from
'Dengue' fever lay on her bed at Dhaka medical
college hospital, her mother poured water
on her forehead to bring the fever down. It
is a form of care no health report will ever