Khaled Hasan has been working as a photographer since 2001. Based in Bangladesh he is interested in telling the stories of the land that shaped him. His main focus is to document injustice, human rights, human survival, nature and the environment. For Khaled, a story never really ends but by documenting key moments and significant changes in history, photography provides a unique service which transcends time. For Khaled, it is not just about being a good photographer, it’s also about being a socially responsible person. He finds fulfillment whenever his works benefit his community and the greater good.
Khaled has worked as a freelance photographer for several publications in Bangladesh and abroad. His work has appeared in the New York Times, Sunday Times Magazine, American Photo, National Geographic Society, Better Photography, Saudi Aramco World Magazine, The Guardian, The Telegraph, The Independent, The New Internationalist and Himal Southern. He has won many prestigious awards including: Samdani Artist Development Award (2012), BINUS International Photo Competition Indonesia (2011), 6th DAYS Japan Photojournalism Awards (2010), Mark Grosset Documentary Prize France (2009), Humanity Photo Documentary Jury Awards, UNESCO, China (2009), CIWEM’s Environmental Photographer of the Year UK (2009), Alexia Foundation Award USA (2009), All Roads Photography Award, National Geographic Society (2008)