Martin Greene

Martin began his career as a photographer in the US Air Force. He then worked as an assistant to the iconic photographer, Richard Avedon. Following his work as a fashion photographer, he earned a Ph.D. from Columbia, becoming a practicing psychoanalytic psychotherapist and a university professor. Martin continued his interest in photography, taking numerous courses at the International Center for Photography in NYC

He's had solo exhibitions at the Becket Arts Center, the Carrie Haddad Gallery in Hudson, NY, and the Kasten Gallery in Great Barrington, MA. Some of the galleries he’s been shown in, include Simon's Rock's Liebowitz and Atrium Galleries, The Norman Rockwell Museum in Lenox, The USS Constitution Museum in Boston, The Canyon Ranch Gallery in Lenox, the Berkshire Museum, and the New Marlborough Meeting House Gallery.

For many years he had been represented by the Kasten Gallery in Great Barrington. Since then, he has been represented by the Sohn Gallery in Lenox, where his work is frequently on display.


It is difficult for me to communicate in words what I am attempting to achieve in my photographs. Take a close look at my work. My work speaks for me. It conveys my fascination with the simplicity of light, shape, tone and color. My focus is not on any specific subject, only on the pleasure I experience in creating unusual and compelling images.