Adrian Fisher is the world’s leading maze designer, having created more than 700 mazes across 32 countries since 1979.
“I really do love my job,” says the 65-year-old. “It’s like I’m a big kid, and creating things that people can play in all day long – who wouldn’t want to do that?”
From his studio in Dorset, in south-west England, Mr Fisher has spent the past 38 years designing mazes in a wide variety of forms.
From classical hedge mazes, to vast maize mazes and mirror mazes full of special effects, he continues to be much in demand.
And there seems to be no job too small, or too outlandish, as his work ranges from tiny finger mazes that you can trace with a single digit, to an entire side of the 210m (689ft) tall Al Rostamani Maze Tower that was completed in Dubai in 2011.
But how do you ever become a maze designer? For Mr Fisher it was a lucky turn in the maze we all walk through in life.