I am a photojournalist, multimedia storyteller, researcher and organizer.

As a Studio Y social innovation fellow in Toronto, I have been documenting and examining the intersections of climate and racial justice through an anti-oppressive framework. I am interested in documenting and working on projects addressing social inequality, transition to renewables, indigenous sovereignty and climate migration. 

I am a photographer with Project Survival Media and have been featured in The Guardian, Briarpatch magazine, and The Independent. I have also had the pleasure of contributing my photos and writing to 350.org, No One Is Illegal, Greenpeace Canada, UNEP, Samara Canada and the 4Rs Youth Movement. 

I am available for commercial and contract work in photography/multimedia. If you are interested in portrait and wedding photography, also get in touch. Willing and able to travel.

You can also find my photo stories on Exposure and Cowbird

email: fatin.chowdhury@gmail.com

(I am open to contract/full-time work opportunities in community organizing, policy work, and digital communications pertaining to social issues and climate change). 

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