Abu Naser Siddique is a freelance photographer and a consultant with a special focus on social issues for several national
and international organizations since 1993. Starting out working in Drik's darkroom, he became an image technician as well, involved in making high quality exhibition prints for exhibitions in Bangladesh and abroad, and the preservation of archival materials.
His major assignments have included extensive documentary work for UNICEF, the Japan International Cooperation Agency, the UNDP and the World Food Programme. He has also exhibited photographic work in Bangladesh, India, Denmark, France and Japan. He was awarded the first prize in France's Macon MJC Cup in 1992, and received an Honourable Mention in a competition by the Bangladesh Photographic Society, 1990.
2005, Dhaka. Fundraising for Acid Survivors.
2004, Japan. Month of Photography.
1995, La Gallery, Dhaka. Labour.
1993, Dhaka. Rights and Reality of Children.
1992, India. My Land, My People.
1992, France. 23rd Salon International d'Art Photographic.
1991, Denmark. The Voice of the Girl child.
Facts for Life (Bangla) UNICEF Bangladesh, 2006
Child Right Convention (CRC), 2005
The month of photography, Tokyo, Japan, 2004
Bangladesh Newsletter, JICA, 2003
Tusuka, Dhaka, 2002
New Internationalist, England, 2001
The story of UNICEF in Bangladesh, 1995