Kazi Tahsin Agaz is a photojournalist/visual artist/activist/curator/documentary film-maker based in Dhaka, Bangladesh. He currently works for The Daily Star newspaper, the largest English daily in Bangladesh. Kazi has extensively reported on and worked with a diverse range of minority communities in Bangladesh in order to amplify their voices and promote their human rights. He co-founded Bangladeshi Photographers (BP) – the first online photography platform in Bangladesh. He also co-founded Moncho, a storytelling platform that brings up discussions around religion, gender, sex, and sexuality in Bangladesh. Kazi was manager, photo-artist and curator of the Masculinity Project, a photo narrative that captured the different expressions of masculinity in Bangladesh and encouraged conversations around the construction of masculinity. He has completed 2 solo exhibitions and participated in, curated, and organized over 20 group exhibitions, numerous art workshops, and knowledge-based productions at home and abroad.