Further - A short film on my journey of living and capturing images in Iceland.
In the summer of 2018 I joined forces with my closest friends at 66° North to reach a remote area of Vatnajökull by plane. My goal was to realise a dream of shooting over a specific section of ice on Breiðamerkurjökull, something that I'd been planning out for years.
Benjamin is an Australian freelance landscape photographer based in Iceland.
Five years ago, Benjamin embarked on his first photographic mission in an Arctic winter climate. Ever since, Benjamin’s passion for the cold has grown to lead him in search of the North’s most obscure landscapes – the barren, cold and volatile environments that are inhabited by colossal ice structures, carved volcanic mountains and resilient wildlife. Now calling Iceland home, Benjamin divides his time between a range of photographic assignments and solo exploration, whilst utilising social media as a platform to share his experiences and perspectives on life and nature in this region to a widespread global audience.
Benjamin's specific works on glaciers aim to convey the fragility and transitory intricacies of glacial ice amidst the current period of accelerated retraction and a changing global climate.
If you’d like to hear more about Benjamin’s story, here are a few podcasts:
Selected Client List
Benjamin has work on assignment with clients such as 66 North, Icelandair, Olympus, Goretex, DJI, Land Rover, Suzuki, National Geographic, Arctic Trucks, Air Iceland Connect, Norðurflug, Rammagerðin, Ólafur Arnalds, Arnór Dan, Andrea Maack, Front Runner, Húrra, Bioeffect, Geysir and VICE, as well as the tourism boards of Visit Svalbard, Visit Faroe Islands, Visit Greenland, Travel Alberta and Inspired by Iceland.
Ómur - Solo show, The Print Space, Shoreditch London, 2018
Lone – Environmental portraits of Iceland, solo show, KURB Gallery, Perth 2014
Surface - Icelandic winter landscapes, solo show, The Mantle, Perth 2015.
Lens Obscura - Group show at Last Rites Gallery, New York 2017.
Exposed - Group show at Sea to Sky Arthouse, Squamish BC, 2018