Cade recently shared with us a story about when he first heard about 2 wolf-boys in Mexico 20+ years ago. It was one of those visuals that stuck with him and he couldn’t shake it. This past November, he ran into a long time producer friend and for some reason he asked her about what […]
Jack Neubart of Shutterbug spent some time talking with Cade about his picture-making process — the how, why and when he goes about creating such imaginative images. Below is what he uncovered.
We couldn’t say it much better than the nice folks at Communication Arts: Posters created by Photographer Cade Martin, Art Director Jamin Hoyle for the Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company’s 37th season: The Washington, DC–based Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company is known for pushing artistic limits to advance support for new plays and playwrights. To promote the theater’s […]
The Washington Journal’s Caitlin Burke interviewed photographer Cade Martin. In the conversation, Cade shares his inspiration for his cinematic style, his interest in character portraits, and about riding steam trains in India in his early work as a photographer for National Geographic. The interview in its entirety is reproduced below.
Washington Post Magazine had him at hello when it came to making these Best Picture elements into cinematic beauties. And if you want to talk movies, will put you in touch with Cade, one of the biggest movie buffs we know.
Cade Martin shot the promotion images for PBS’s new Civil War Series, “Mercy Street”. PBS brought Cade in early in the process which allowed him to have creative input on the concepts for the images and the overall look and feel. The series is PBS’s first American drama in over 10 years and was produced […]
Cade Martin has continued his ongoing series of portraits at various Comic Con conventions around the US. Cade said he continued to be amazed about the effort and detail that these characters put into their costumes. Keep an eye out for more of these to come!
Cade recently gave his time and talents to take celebrity portraits for the Behind the Bench, The National Basketball Wives Association Touching A Life Gala to benefit the American Cancer Society. It was an eclectic group of stars, including NBA players, athletes from other sports, and a dash of Hollywood all gathered for the greater good, focused […]
Welcome to our 6th series of posts where we share the results from our conversations held directly with community leaders about top-of-mind photo-industry issues. Community Table was formed from the collective efforts of Matt Nycz and Kate Chase of Brite Productions and Heather Elder and Lauranne Lospalluto of Heather Elder Represents with the idea that there is nothing […]