JOY SAHA is a Bangladeshi Photographer, Humanitarian Photojournalist and activist who concentrates on Human Stories.
His work has been featured in over 100 major publications including The Guardian, Daily Mail, Financial Times, Wall Street Journal, The Daily Telegraph, The Times, National Geographic, GEO, Stern, View, Der Spiegel, La Croix, Deutsche Welle, Le Figaro, The Week, China Today, Global Times etc.
In addition, he has received many national and international awards & accolades.
Documentary Photography & Photojournalism are the areas of his interest and he has a strong fascination for Portrait photography. Being a photo enthusiast, he has been travelling near and far to depict interesting human stories for the last few years. His passion is to explore the different aspects of human life and document them. Capturing the human element is the key to his photography. Through his photos, he wants to share his unique perspective and experience with all.
He strongly believes in the power of storytelling in changing people’s perspective towards social changes & issues. His photographic journey is not only to capture the human condition in unique, challenging situations but also to portray the artistic beauty and enduring power of the human spirit. He is on an endless journey of documenting the untold human stories through the lens so that he can awaken humanity and compassion.