- Corruption discourses in Burundi | Hard Consonant on Burundi Police play
- @reginaldho3 on Taylor Wessing Portrait Prize – National Portrait Gallery
- Davison S Maruziva on The Drought in north east Africa nad its effects on the nomadic communities, with VSF Suisse
- The Drought in north east Africa and its effects on the nomadic communities, with VSF Suisse | martin and martin, photograpy, editorial, words and pictures, from newark in nottinghamshire, africa, rwanda, and the world on VSF Suisse films – North East Africa Drought and The Camel Milk Chain
- John on Another Day On Earth – Exhibition
Tag Archives: photography
This summer we had the pleasure of following Kurt Perschke’s Red Ball project along the south coast and into London as part of the London 2012 cultural olympiad. What is this giant red ball you ask? The video below will answer all of your … Continue reading
We are proud to be selected to exhibit at the National Theatre as part of their FESTIVAL! exhibition. From the riotous colour and noise of Rio to the more cerebral rhythms of Hay, festivals offer an escape route from the everyday … Continue reading
After being imprisoned in the Democratic Republic of the Congo in 2006 I’ve been driven to document prisons in Africa. This new article in Vice magazine features my visits to the prisons of Burundi. (also available in English!) http://www.vice.com/en_uk/read/inside-the-walls-of-hell-thomas-martin
The exhibition is now open! drop by the 12 star gallery in Europe house on smith square, open: 30th Nov – 30th Dec 2011 10am-6pm, Monday to Friday. An online version of the exhibition is available here : www.martinandmartin.eu/gallery_12starexpo/index.html Prints … Continue reading
We are pleased to be illustrating the the Penal Reform International (PRI) annual report this year. PRI work towards improving the conditions for prisoners worldwide. For more information about their work visit: www.penalreform.org A downloadble version of the report is … Continue reading
Exhibition of documentary images by photographer Tom Martin. The Alley Cafe Bar, cannon court, longrow west, Nottingham, NG1 6JE After training as a fine artist at Central Saint Martins Tom moved to Rwanda, initially to document sites of genocide. Post-holocaust … Continue reading
Documentation of the live art work ‘rotating in a room of images’ by artists Lundahl & Seitl. I shot this video at Battersea Arts Centre, where the work took place during the ‘one on one’ festival. For more info visit: … Continue reading
12star Gallery 30th Nov – 30th Dec 2011 10am-6pm, Monday to Friday Europe House 32 Smith Square London SW1P 3EU Documentary photographer Tom Martin works primarily in sub-Saharan Africa. Tom undertakes commissions for organisations including the EU and UN; as … Continue reading
In 1100 the Southwell gate procession from Nottingham originated, to collect funds for the construction of the Norman minster – somewhere around the 1500′s the local morris men joined in! Now the procession is concluded with a monumental morris festival.
Early in march me and my old friend Pete decided to climb the UK’s largest hill, Ben Nevis in the Scottish Highlands, here are a few shots.