Martin Usborne

Website - MartinUsborne.com

Martin Usborne lives and works in London as a professional photographer and writer. He takes pictures of humans and other animals and is particularly interested in the relationship between the two. Martin has published four photography books: I’ve Lived in East London for 85.5 years about an old man that has only once left East London, My name is Moose about what it is like to be a dog in the recession, The Silence of Dogs in Cars portraits of melancholy dogs looking out of cars, and Fox about town from Nazraeli Press. He is now working on a written book about spending 365 days to save as many animals as possible.

Martin Usborne, Peggy (2)
The Collection
Peggy (2)

London, 2011

Martin Usborne, Tea with five sugars
The Collection
Tea with five sugars

Hoxton, London, 2008

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