Martine is a trained, qualified, and began her career as an architect before establishing her business as an architectural photographer.
Her distinctive style incorporates a striking balance of colour, a clean, graphical approach to composition and the use of negative space to frame clear focal points, creating images that are both simple and visually arresting.
Her work has appeared in numerous publications including:
Architects Journal, Pillar, Summit Media, Lonely Planet, Schuco Partner, Architizer, cube design Ltd, Frowde Architects.
Martine is a registered architect in Belgium, Australia (VIC) and United Kingdom. She has a passion for travelling and has visited 31 countries so far. For her Travel Photography visit her sister site.
Exhibitions: Martine has exhibited both collaboratively as well as a solo exhibitions. Her work has been seen from the pages of The Age in Australia, to Architectural Magazine and a Lifestyle Magazine, both in the Philippines, to Architectural Magazines and websites in the United Kingdom.
Book: She has published a book called Distortion which deals with how the surroundings have an effect on the human body and mind. She is currently working on a book called Moksha.
Awards: Martine has been credited with some exciting awards, she received a Bronze Award in the International Loupe Awards and has been a runner up in the Panasonic Competition. Martine is active as well on Online Photo Sharing Communities and occasionally wins the weekly awards. Recently a portrait of a monk in Amorgos Island has been featured on the Daily Dozen of National Geographic.