Martushka Fromeast graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Poznan, Poland, as well as from the Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design in London, UK. She started her carrier working as a photojournalist. In 2004 she co-founded the Click Academy, an art group that uses pinhole photography as a means of social change. She is a co-author of Romani Click project, which is a voice in a discourse on an approach to education of Roma and was exhibited internationally including in Austrian Parliament in Vienna and in 2nd Roma Pavilion in Venice International Arts Biennale 2012. Her photographic works documenting cultural heritage of Himalayan region were awarded in BZ WBK Press Photo in Poland, Photophilantropy (USA), Forward Thinking Museum (USA) and Kolga (Georgia). They were also exhibited internationally in UK, India, Nepal, China, Georgia, Slovenia and Poland. Recently Martushka was facilitated with Abhivyakti Gaurav Samman Award in India.