For the past several years, Martha has been heavily involved in training and support at Time, Inc. as the company moved all of its magazines from Quark Publishing System to Adobe InDesign and Woodwing Enterprise. She was a member of the team at Time that developed the first digital magazine for the iPad in early 2010.  She continuted to work with Time Inc. as they developed iPad and Android-based tablet versions of all their magazines, a project which was completed in December 2011.

Martha spent much of 2011 at the New York Post as they transitioned to Méthode, an XML-based editorial and publishing system created by Eidos Media. She developed customized curricula and trained all editorial and production employees, and provided on-site support during the software rollout.

Since starting her own practice, she has worked with museums, charities, publishing companies and educational institutions. Her clients includes CMP Media, the Cooper Hewilt Museum, NW Ayer, and Americares.

Martha started in software training working at I.M.A.G.E. Inc, United Digital Artists and the Association for Graphic Communication.  She provided on-site training at advertising agencies, hotel chains, fashion houses and retail stores, and new media start-ups. She has also taught at the New School University and New York University’s Center for Publishing.

Martha began her career in academia teaching photography at Northeastern University and Rochester Institute of Technology.  She is a graduate of Wellesley College and earned a Master of Fine Arts from Rhode Island School of Design.  A practicing artist,she was a recipient of National Endowment for the Arts Visual Artists Grant and has twice been a Resident Fellow at the MacDowell Colony.