Martyna Maz

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A graduate from the Glasgow School of Art in photography whose personal life and artistic practice focuses on understanding and making use of the connection between the individual and the universe.

While I turn my eyes out into nature I reflect upon human emotions, thinking and living processes that meander along the river of life. I like to combine my need for being active and self-expressive by working outdoors, where I find inspiration and company in the cyclical wonders of the organic environment, with writing and very enthusiastically making black and white analogue prints in my self made (teeny) darkroom. 

I love getting to know people of similar perspective and questioning nature and I am always open to collaborations and commissions so why not reach out!

Lovely jubbly! I'll get back to you soon.


the Psychologist - portraiture

the Skinny - gig photographer

Studio Pavilion - gallery assisting and exhibition photography
Forevermore Tattoo Family - event photography
Cryptic Glasgow - live music events photography

the National Youth Choir of Scotland - workshops and events photography

Milk Cafe - self-initiated and self-published photobook

Govanhill Baths - event photography

SubCity Radio - live music sessions and club nights photography


2019 Oct-Nov, Street Level Photoworks, 103 Trongate, Glasgow

          June, 1+1=1, Old Tolbooth Wynd, Edinburgh

          June, Glasgow School of Art, Graduation show, 167 Renfrew Street, Glasgow
2018 Royal Scottish Academy, Summer Exhibition, Edinburgh
           Work in Progress show, 31-39 Trongate, Glasgow
           Laurieston Arches, Glasgow
2017 Stereo, Glasgow
          Solo show at Milk Cafe, Glasgow
2016 Theatre Royal, Glasgow
2015 Art Show at Argyll Chambers, 34 Argyll Arcade, Glasgow
          City of Glasgow College, Glasgow
2013 Govanhill Baths, Glasgow
           Broadcast, Glasgow
           Solo show at Tchai Ovna, Glasgow


Melete, self-published
Photos of the month, the Skinny
Remanoir, self-published

Bluebell, self-published
Dark Lines, self-published