With a camera as their singular companion, Zaman traveled to Cairo, Mongolia, and beyond. Upon realizing their lens could help them find the power in their own complex identity, the Australian-born creative moved to New York and began working as a photographer.
Zaman’s photography is raw and emotive, effortlessly capturing moments. They are famed for their versatility as a photographer, spanning portraiture, fashion, documentary reportage and still life/environmental image making.
Identifying as queer and non-binary, Zaman’s personal work explores notions of gender and sexuality.
Their project "American Boys" a documentation of the USA's trans-masculine community from all across the country the USA, was published as a book in April 2019 to critical acclaim. It has since won a silver award in the Moscow international Foto Awards and the work has been featured in various international exhibitions and publications including i-D Magazine, Document Journal, LensCulture, MTV News, Buzzfeed, The Guardian, Bird in Flight, PDN, Feature Shoot and many more.