my year in review | 2011


© Hafizun Nahar

Highlights of the Year 2011

I celebrated my kids [MEGH] 2nd birthday which is held on 1st July. I am very happy and really enjoy and spend times with my love ones baby.

I uploaded my new works and project on my Web Site

I attend a Human Rights workshop which conduct on Drik and   Published my Photo Story “ A Deadly Game” and Exhibition in Drik Gallery, “”  in the Drik Gallery

France 24 television channel Observers Published some of my importance multimedia news which I covered

Several times I traveled our district town covered on assignment for our news paper Prothom Alo and my works published.

I experienced to observed  a  great photographers Pedro Meyer   presentation and attend  his workshop  he is the owner of  Zone Zero Which I knows more about digital photography and photographer point of view. This presentation conduct by Pathshala & Drik during the Chobi Mela VI International Festival of Photography in Dhaka, Bangladesh.

I continued my teaching at Pathshala as a lecturer which I really enjoy with met to a new students and I also participated as a guest lectures on a private televishion named Dedh Tv,the programmed name DUR PATH.

I am work with ZUMA PRESS as a contact photographer in this year on the month of September.

I think Two Thousand Twelve year will bring  peace, promises, success  and happiness to all of us and from the past year which is worst we forget it.

Happy New Year 2012 to all . . . moniurl alam



Look Back in 2011

© Monirul Alam


Open your eyes, look within, Are you satisfied with the life you’re living ?


About Bob Marle

Bob Marley

 Date of Birth: February 06, 1945 Date of Death: May 11, 1981 Robert “Bob” Marley was lead singer and guitarist for the ska and reggae bands The Wailers and Bob Marley & The Wailers. Marley’s music was highly influential, not only in the world of reggae which he largely defined, but also introducing the Rastafarian movement to a worldwide audience. Many of his songs featured the struggles of the powerless and the poor, as well as preaching Rastafarian themes such as brotherhood and peace for all mankind. His songs, including I Shot the Sheriff, No Woman, No Cry and Redemption Song, rocketed up the charts. Following his death in 1981, Marley’s posthumously released album, Legend, became reggae’s best-selling album of all time, selling 20 million copies worldwide.