Child labor among garbage dumps, sleeping far away from worries and the cruel world.
Azad Amin, born in 1986 in Iran, Tehran. He began working as a professional photographer and visual storyteller in 2009 and has been working as a freelancer on arranging commissions and personal projects since then. He's a documentary photographer with a focus on people and culture, the environment, and contemporary issues. He has worked in Iran, Bangladesh, India, Iraq, China, Turkey, Armenia, Georgia, and Kurdistan. He is a member of the National Iranian photographer’s society. His works have been published in different publications like Lemonde, Guardian and the Restofworld also have won some awards during these years and was nominated for the World Press Photo Joop Swart Master class in 2018. The Finalist of The PHOTOVISA (2014) festival. His recent project is an environmental project based on the water crisis in the middle-east.
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