Sarker Protick is a Documentary photographer based on Dhaka, Bangladesh. After completed his bachelors in marketing, he studied photography at Pathshala- the South Asian institute of Photography. He later participated ‘New Media Journalism’ at the University of Virginia and ‘Documentary photography’ at University of Gloucestershire, UK.

In 2012, Sarker won the Prix Mark Grosset pour les écoles internationales de photographie and the World Bank Art Program. He also exhibited at Chobi Mela International Photography Festival, Noorderlicht Photo Festival, Photovisa Festival, Organ Vida Festival of Photography, Dhaka Art Summit, Tokyo month of Photography and Festival of Promenades Photographiques. His work was selected for the Pathshala monograph- ‘Under the Banyan Tree’, a 12 years retrospective of Pathshala. He has been chosen by the by the British Journal Of Photography as the ‘One to watch’ in 2014.

Sarker is a lecturer at Pathshala South Asian institute of photography.