Alice Martin is a Manchester-based photographer. With her roots in documentary, she explores the emotions and relationships between people and places.

Guided by intuition, an inner-curiosity, and sensitivity, Alice is able to connect with her subject matter on a deeper level, providing an intimate insight to her encounters and observations. This loose approach allows stories to develop organically within her projects, forming genuine reflections of her lived experiences along with the lives of others.

This unrestrained method of photographing also pushes and merges her documentary technique with portraiture, landscape, and fashion. Thus, allowing Alice to work across the spectrum and securing commissions alongside her personal work. 

Alice graduated with a First in BA (Hons) Photography from Kingston University in July 2021.​​​​​​​​​
​​​​​​​​​​​​For any enquiries or commissions, please don't hesitate to contact via:
+44 (0) 75340 48212

Features & Press:
It's Nice That How to appreciate the sanctity of green spaces in a city with photographer Alice Martin​​​​​​​
C41 MagazineAlice Martin optimistically captures a warm and welcoming space​​​​​​​
Darwin Magazine - Finding calm and community with Alice Martin
C41 Magazine - Top 10 Instagram profiles
The Pupil Sphere 2021 Graduate Zine
Photograd - Interview: Alice Martin
Claire de RouenRecommends: photographer Alice Martin
Photograd Graduate Zine 2021
It's Nice That - “I’ve learned more about the work that I would like to do”: Joy Yamusangie gives us an update from the past year
The Pupil Sphere - Alice Martin: Unity in Friendship
Messy Heads Magazine (Messy Magazine) Volume 3.

Vice's favourite graduates. 
Best in Show Kingston University.
Winnie Hall (3D Women exhibition).

we're so lucky to have this place, aren't we, Alric Avenue Allotments, September 2021. 
we're so lucky to have this place, aren't we? X The Posties, Not My Beautiful House, September 2021.
Vice x Photobook Cafe Student Show, July 2021.
Kingston School of Art, March 2019. 
Graduation Show, UCA Farnham, June 2018.