Rahman is based in Kuala Lumpur and his major interests are social and humanity photography. His work possesses sensitive and cognitive styles. He is one of a few young and emerging Asian photographers who has been chosen to attend the prestigious free workshop at the Angkor Photography Festival . His work has been published extensively, including in Reuters, Agence French Press, European Press Agency, New York Times, International Herald Tribune, Ojodepez, The National UAE, TIME magazine, TIME.com, La Repubblica, China Daily, The New Internationalist, Berita Harian Singapore and Strait Times Singapore. In his personal capacity , he is currently investigating the impact of urbanisation on South East Asia's communities and the placement of private spaces.
He is available for challenging assignments.
For Exhibitions and curatorial endeavours, Rahman is represented exclusively by SHALINI GANENDRA FINE ART
Awards / Recognition
Finalist, Anthropographia Human Rights Award
Nikon Asia's Emerging Photographers campaign
Featured as an emerging photographer in Visual Magazine, Indonesia
Finalist, REDUX / FOUNDRY workshop scholarship
Ojodepez emerging talent 2009
Featured in The New Internationalist as emerging talent from Asia
Better Photography magazine, India interview, June 2009
Emerging Talent Award Foundry 2009, India
Asian Geographic Annual 2009 Photo annual
Participant in Angkor Photo Festival workshop for young emerging photographers in Siem Reap, Cambodia.