Monon Muntaka is a freelance photographer and researcher based in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Her practice deals with social issues, culture, women, and documentation of these in relation. Apart from photography, she takes a keen interest in documentary films and video art. As a visual storyteller, her leading medias are photography, moving images, and audio. She studied media studies and journalism from the University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh. Initially, as an art enthusiast, she worked at Dhaka Art Summit and Chobi Mela several times as an artist assistant, mediator, and program coordinator. Her involvement with diverse multi-talented personalities, artists, curators, writers, filmmakers, educators, and scholars played a very stark influence in her life. Monon participated in different exhibitions in Bangladesh such as – “The Unheard Voices” A Photography Exhibition on Violence Against Women, 2016, “VISIBILITY” A Photography Exhibition at WILL FEST 2018, “Move 4 Women” A Photography Exhibition on International Women’s Day, 2019, “De | Real exhibition: A curatorial research project in response to the global pandemic, 2020. Her work has been featured at LensCulture in 2020. Her ongoing work on rape has been published on several online platforms such as -“Inonica”,”femlens”, “Al Jazeera”. Since 2018, she is regularly working with The Daily Star as a contributor photojournalist.