Her work has appeared in numerous publications including:
National Geographic, Lonely Planet, Summit Media.
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 another 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.
Volunteer work: Over the years Martine has been involved in volunteer work i.e. 2011 CERES, Melbourne: event photography. 2012 Bahay Tuluyan, Manila: working on a documentary (photos + videos) to keep kids off the streets and raise awareness through funding. 2016 Amaravati Buddhist Monastery: event photography for Kathina Festival, a yearly event that has attracted 1250 people to the monastery. Causes Martine cares about are Arts, Culture, Children and Health.
Martine is a registered architect in Belgium, Australia (VIC) and United Kingdom. She has combined both passions, architecture and travel into her photography, she has visited 31 countries so far.
*For her Architectural Photography work, please visit her sister site >>