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Megan Martin

Megan Martin

USA

Megan Martin is a professional photographer based in New York City. She specializes in food, still life, interiors, architecture, lifestyle and travel. Her home is in Brooklyn where she shares an apartment with her cat. But travel and adventure are her forte. Road-side coconuts from her recent trip to Costa Rica are documented on her “Megan Martin Photo Blog”.

Megan was raised "free-range" on several acres in Upstate New York. There she acquired her love of the outdoors and adventure. She now resides in more cramped quarters in Brooklyn with her cat. On a recent assignment she learned about leashing cats and now has trained her kitty own to walk on a leash. She enjoys cycling, yoga, playing the violin, sitting on the stoop of her building, taking hammock naps, cheap airfare and the occasional Bloody Mary. In her spare time she volunteers to work with children.

Megan has been working on still photography productions since 2005. Starting with still life and food photography, she's expanded her expertise to include interior and architecture work, travel, and environmental portraits. Exploring the world and meeting people from different cultures have become her passion. She travels abroad frequently, making new friends, experiencing new things and ideas, braving the street food, and dancing as much as possible.

French baby radishes in a wooden bowl