Tushikur Rahman (b. 1987, Bangladesh) is a documentary photographer who prefers to work with social issues both urban and rural. In 2009, Tushik enrolled in Pathshala South Asian Media Academy for BA in Photography. He participated in various international workshops conducted by renowned teachers and practitioners including Stuart Freedman, Jorge Villacorta, Shannon Lee Castleman, Abir Abdullah and Munem Wasif.
He is also passionate in travelling and capturing thrilling subjects including the lives of ‘Tiger widows’ and a full sequence of a tiger being slaughtered by hundreds of people in Shatkhira, Bangladesh. During 2005-08 he traveled across Bangladesh to capture the lives of various people living in sufic order, their unconventional lifestyle and their love and passion towards music. In 2010, he finished his latest project, Fatalistic tendency, a deep subject concerned with depression that results in violence. Tushik is looking forward to work on serious social issues which may have been overlooked and neglected by majority, and he wants to present them with a greater intensity so that people are obliged to at least think about it.