Hi there! I’m Benjamin Maze, and I’m a 21-year-old landscape photographer based in Sydney, Australia. I’ve grown up as an artist my whole life, and hit the ground running after picking up my dad’s camera in late 2013. Now working in photography full time, I pursue grand and dramatic moments in nature to inspire and amaze people at the wonders of our world. I also am perpetually drawn to the intimate scenes found in landscapes; the sandstone swirls on a coastal cliff, the sunlit ripples in a rainforest stream, even the lines in wet sand as it retreats to the waves. I’ve been fortunate to travel to some beautiful places, though it’s my home country that now inspires me most. My connection with nature has allowed me to see the world in a new way, and I create my images to show this to those who view my work. 


My work has been shared by BBC, The Guardian, National Geographic and more, and I have also won categories/placed highly in major competitions, such as The Nature Conservancy Photo Contest, Frank Hurley Photo Awards and International Landscape Photographer of the Year.


I absolutely love Tasmania. It has some of the world’s best wilderness, protected and undiscovered for those who are willing to brave the elements. Even the easy-to-reach locations are breathtaking, and the huge variety in such a small state means any landscape photographer will be in their element.

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