about

about

James Martin is a senior photographer at CNET News, whose work has also been published in the the New York Times, the New Yorker, CNN, CBS News and Bloomberg News.

At CNET, he has photographed the leaders of the technology industry, including Apple’s Steve Jobs and Tim Cook, Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg and Google’s Sundar Pichai, His photos also capture technology’s impact on society – from the widening wealth gap in San Francisco, to the European refugee crisis and Rwanda’s efforts to improve health care.

 He’s also used his camera to explore less weighty topics. He was among the first photographers, anywhere, to explore the capabilities of  iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X. He took CNET readers inside the Tesla factory and flew with the Blue Angels.

From the technology pioneers of Google and Facebook, to the most groundbreaking launches at Apple and NASA, his is a dream job for any documentary photography and journalist with a love for technology.

Exhibited widely, syndicated and reprinted thousands of times over the years, James has extensively photographed the people and places behind the technology changing our world, bring their stories, ideas, and brands to life.

As Creative Director for Remain In Light, a photography collective, James manages projects which tell your story with award winning content for brands and businesses.

Clients include Amazon, Google, The New Yorker, Wells Fargo, Safeway,  Sierra Club, Harper Collins,  The Sydney Morning Herald, Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy, Sunset Magazine, Everlane, Singulex, Teva, and Tastemade.

Based in San Francisco, with photographers in New York, London, and Beijing, we are born from within an extraordinary culture of forward-looking thinkers, focused visonaries, and social and technological innovation.

Remain In Light draws inspiration and insight from our experiences and these stimulating surroundings -- and this energy translates to our work.