Rasel Chowdhury was born in 1988, Dhaka, Bangladesh. He started taking photographs from his childhood as a hobby. After completing his basic course in 2003, he started his career as a freelance photographer. In 2008, he enrolled in BA in Photojournalism, Pathshala, South Asian Institute of Photography. Having a special interest in social issues, Rasel produced some important social photo stories including Arduous life, Vashashoinik, Land for play, Lodrik, the home of Old Heroes (Tibetan solder), Waiting for own (Tibetan refugee) and Desperate Urbanization. His work was published in numerous national newspapers and exhibited for three times as a group titled Portrait, Maharram and Heritage Home at Alliance France De Dacca and Pathshala from 2006 to 2008. He attended several National and International workshops of reputable lecturers including Philip Blenkinsop from NOOR images, Jorge Villacorta Chávez from Peru, Rupert Grey from UK, Shannon Lee Castleman from Singapore, Raghu Rai from Magnum photo and Dr. Shahidul Alam, Abir Abdullah, Hasib Zakaria and, Munem Wasif from Bangladesh.