After years of taking photographs, Martin has returned to academia to study for a Masters degree in photography at the University for the Creative Arts in Rochester, Kent. His interests are wide with a particular focus on the relationship between people and landscapes in terms of identity, possession and ecology. A longstanding project has involved him in documenting the now derelict huts built for the hop-pickers that travelled to Kent for the hop harvest every year up until the 1980s. He has held several exhibitions at galleries local to him in Kent. In his Masters project he is exploring social spaces in privately owned woodland in southern England and the relationship between the wild and the domestic. Martin lives in Kent.