• 25th anniversary exhibition

    1. MHK - 25th anniversary exhibtion
  • Leading RIBA workshop in Birmingham

    2. MHK - Leading RIBA workshop in Birmingham
  • Manfrotto Amabassador

    3. MHK - Manfrotto Amabassador
  • At Nottingham Revealed Exhibition

    4. MHK - At Nottingham Revealed Exhibition
  • RIBA judging panel

    5. MHK - RIBA judging panel
  • Nottingham Transformed book launch

    6. MHK - Nottingham Transformed book launch

MARTINE HAMILTON KNIGHT

Martine Hamilton Knight DLitt (hon) is a long established, award winning independent architectural photographer based in the city of Nottingham. Her images have been published internationally and are regularly featured in architectural books and journals.

Specialising in Architectural photography since 1990, Martine travels across the country for her clients who include architects, construction companies, interior designers and advertising agencies. All aspects of architecture and all types of buildings and settings are covered including offices, hotels, restaurants, schools, shopping centres, historical buildings, sporting facilities and residential projects.

In 2012, The University of Nottingham awarded her with an honorary doctorate, doctor of Letters Honoris Causa, in recognition of her work. In summer of 2013 she was asked by Manfrotto, the main supplier of tripods and camera supports globally to become one of their international brand ambassadors. 

Martine is in regular demand for her courses on architectural photography (pictured here leading a workshop for RIBA at Millennium Point in Birmingham). She also teaches in Higher Education for Nottingham Trent University running workshops for their undergraduates.

In 2015 she celebrated 25 years in business with a retrospective exhibition in the centre of Nottingham which ran throughout the summer months.

Martine also produces short architectural films for clients under the title of BuiltVision Films together with her husband, TV cameraman Paul Mottram. To view the showcase which features award winning local buildings, please click here.