A lot of photographers don’t stop at just taking pictures of beautiful sunsets or pretty models. Some of them manage to help other people: for instance, GMB Akash from Bangladesh. The man spends his money on helping children from poor families attend school and get education. Then he imprints in how they change in his works, showing how such a big life turn has influenced his fosterlings.
The photographer has made a project about child labor in Bangladesh
GMB Akash is a global photographer born in Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh. Through his works Akash has gained worldwide recognition, his photographs appeared on the covers of such magazines as Vogue, Time, Sunday Times, Der Spiegel, The Guardian, Marie Claire and others. Aside from his job, Akash engages in his own projects, one of which is dedicated to the problem of child labor in his homeland.
GMB Akash shows how children change after they start to get education
According to India Times, 4.8 millions of children in Bangladesh (which approximately equals 12.6% of all 5 to 14 years old children in the country) have to work in order to buy food or help their families.