Julia C. Martin is a photographic artist based in Phoenix, Arizona. Her work deals with the themes of mortality, ephemerality, and time. The process of making is important to her work and many of her prints are made by hand using historic or experimental processes. In addition to photography, she also works in installation, printmaking, papermaking, and book arts.
Julia is originally from Golden, Colorado. She received her MFA from Arizona State University and her BA from Montana State University. She has worked at institutions such as the Santa Fe Photographic Workshops and Aperture Foundation. Julia has exhibited internationally and has had work in publications such as Southwest Contemporary, Shots Magazine, and The Experimental Darkroom: Contemporary Uses of Black & White Photographic Materials by Christina Z. Anderson (Focal Press, 2022). Julia is currently a Faculty Associate at Arizona State University and Chandler-Gilbert Community College.