“Hamish Campbell is a photographer with an exacting eye for detail and rigorous exploration of ideas. A serious technician, his prints are both didactic and highly nuanced…”

I take a careful, considered approach to shooting and enjoy the technical process as much as the creative.

I specialise in the production of ultra high resolution landscape images using panoramic stitching, a process which results in fine art prints as large five metres, making them ideal for large murals.

I am available for fine art commissions worldwide, as well as for commercial and editorial work in Tokyo and Sydney, depending on my travel schedule. I am happy to answer any enquiries, and can be contacted here.

Solo Exhibitions

2018 青ヶ島:ふたごのカルデラでの人生, Place M, Tokyo Japan.

2018 Aogashima – Life Among the Twin Calderas, Artsite Gallery, Sydney Australia

2016 The Taisho Photographer’s House, Artsite Gallery (Associate event of Sydney Head On), Sydney Australia

2014 Isolation – The Japan Photographs, Artsite Gallery (Associate event of Sydney Head On), Sydney Australia

Group Exhibitions

2018 All is not Black and White, Artsite Gallery, Sydney Australia

2017 Collector’s Choice, Artsite Gallery, Sydney Australia

2016 Føroyar Landscapes, Corner Gallery, Sydney Australia

2015 Awagami International Miniature Print Exhibition, The Hall of Awa Japanese Handmade Paper, Tokushima, Japan

2014 Winter Solace, Artsite Gallery, Sydney, Australia

2013 Collectors Choice, Artsite Gallery, Sydney, Australia

2013 Swedish Innovations, Miraikan, Tokyo Japan

2013 Salon Special, Artsite Gallery, Sydney Australia

2012 Heritage Week, Rookwood Cemetery, Sydney Australia


In 2013 Hamish placed first in “Swedish Innovation”, a joint contest between the Swedish Embassy of Tokyo and Hasselblad Japan, and was awarded a trip to Sweden.


Hamish‘s work has been acquired and commissioned for private collections in Australia, Japan and America, and is also hung in the I131 Isolation Treatment Unit of Liverpool Hospital NSW Australia. Hamish recently completed a collaboration with Swedish camera company Hasselblad.