I am a London, UK, based photographer who is originally from Canada. My passion for photography started in my mid-teens and flourished when I was at university and had access to the student darkroom. I am mainly a self-taught photographer.

I tend to focus on B&W and architectural photography, and try to capture a particular mood or story, or taking what is often overlooked as ordinary and show it in a different light.

My website is www.heathermartinphotographer.com

You can follow me on Twitter – http://twitter.com/hmartinphotos

  • Joined: January 2011


Viaduct - the story behind the image

A number of years ago, I was photographing on the Isle of Dogs in East London, and came across a disused section of train track. I have not idea what trains used to travel on it, and to where. However, it presented me with some very nice train viaducts to photograph. / The train viaducts seem rather random now that they are disused. They sit on a stretch of the Isle of Dogs, and seem to be a forg…
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Mother & Child - the story behind the image

Some photos appear rather unexpected. I was taking photos of graffiti in Shoreditch, East London recently. It was getting late in the day, and the winter light was fading quickly. / I happened upon some graffiti of a mother holding a child in a doorway near Hoxton Square. The image of a mother and child can be very powerful and can also hold a lot of – sometimes conflicting – emotions. It w…
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Equus - the story behind the image

While waiting for a friend at the Museum of London, in the City of London, I had a few spare minutes to indulge my creative side. I hadn’t been to the Museum for a number of years, and had initially thought I would take some photos of the surrounding modern architecture of the City. / However, sometimes something unexpected catches your eye and captures your imagination. What really caught my eye…
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Angel on Ladder - the story behind the image

Bath is one of those historical and architectural gems that I enjoy visiting and revisiting. Steeped in history and Georgian architecture, which is one of my favourite styles, the gothic Bath Abbey has also caught my eye. / Although the symmetry and geometry of the Georgian architecture is something that my photographic eye loves to capture, I find the Abbey, particularly intricate carvings on th…
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