Todd Martin is an award-winning American cinematographer from New York, who completed his education in Film & Television at NYU Tisch School of the Arts.
His latest feature film, Tatami, co-directed by Academy Award Winner Guy Nattiv and Zar Amir-Ebrahimi, premiered at this years 80th Venice Film Festival.
His first feature film, The Novice, directed by Lauren Hadaway, was awarded Best Cinematography alongside Best U.S. Narrative Feature at the 2021 Tribeca Festival.
His notable short form work includes Sandra Winther’s Lowland Kids, which premiered at SXSW in 2019 and won Best Short Documentary at Palm Springs, Minneapolis and CPH Film Festival.
His work on Tam Tam, directed by Greg Hackett, earned him a nomination in the short documentary competition at Camerimage (2019).
Martin also has an extensive commercial and music video career—working with top brands including Apple, Google, Meta, Nike, Adidas, and Vogue and collaborating with artists such as Leonard Cohen, Radiohead, Jay-Z, and Iggy Pop. He is currently based between New York and London.