Muhammad Aminuzzaman, known as Amin, is a Bangladeshi photographer and videographer. Presently he holds the position of team leader and online editor of audio visual department, Drik Picture Library and Lecturer of Pathshala, South Asian Media Academy. His work has been exhibited in Bangladesh, Germany, Netherlands and Kuala Lumpur. His Images were published in international publications like Time Journal of Photography, The Saudi Aramco World and the book Our World of Water by Oxfam GB.
Amin completed his Master of Commerce (Marketing) in 1995 (held in 1997) and Bachelor of Commerce (Hons in Marketing) in 1994 University of Dhaka, Bangladesh (held in 1995). He joined Pathshala South Asian Media Academy, Dhaka to learn photojournalism. He joined at Drik as a professional photographer in 2002.
He also participated as a cameraman and a sound person on 5 documentaries filmed in Bangladesh and India for TVE (UK) which broadcasted on BBC’s ‘Earth Report’. Subjects for the programs included: Female agricultural workers initiative in Telapia farming in paddy fields; Cooking sticks made by rice husks; Sanitation successes in lower areas; The use of solar energy in some coastal areas and Village on the front line.
All through his career, his emphasis and interest has been on communicating with people to bring about positive changes in our lives and to encourage people to reconsider issues, and think positively towards activating the present for a better future.