I'm Martyn Ewoma, a British-born Cameroonian creative director, photographer, stylist and writer. My work focuses on the intersections of identity, culture, sports and politics.

I entered the industry whilst studying Visual Communications specialising in photography, alongside modelling for publications including PETRIe inventory and TRIP publishing and for campaigns including Folk x Mr Porter and the V&A museum. My creative direction and photography work visually depict the elements of life I find most interesting and shape my experience. Be it sports based projects with the England squad for Nike or exploring diasporic identity through fashion on editorial projects with Nataal. 

Writing, academia and being vocal about social issues are fundamental to my work. I hold a Masters Degree in Media & Communications from Goldsmiths, University of London. My writing predominantly covers topics of politics, race, gender, sexuality and Black culture. My writing covers events in the celebrity sphere and fashion world all the way to geopolitics and race relations. Rather than separating the two I uncover how the systems and structures in place influence the media we consume and behaviours of society as a whole.

From providing commentary on the future of racial identification for the local BBC radio station and being asked for my opinion of celebrity controversy for iNews, to sitting on SHOWstudio's panel discussion on Burberry's S/S 21 collection and being interviewed by Highsnobiety on the relationship between U.K. fashion and Black music - I have contributed my outlook via a range of reputable platforms. 


Select clients & publications include:

BBC, British Vogue, CLASH, Complex UK, GUAP magazine, Guardian, HYPEBEAST, Highsnobiety, Nataal, Noctis Magazine, Soccer Bible, tmrw magazine, VERSUS.

Adidas, Asics Tiger, Beats by Dre, Eastpak, Fiorucci, House of Holland, New Balance, Nike, OWN Fan Club, Umbro Pro Training, Samsöe & Samsöe.

For work enquiries: martynewoma@gmail.com

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