Amy Martin designs, draws, and assigns photography and illustration for Portland Monthly.
Her own illustration work has appeared in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Scientific American, Fast Company, GOOD, Tin House, Bitch, and McSweeney’s; in campaigns for Rock the Vote, Obama for America, and Cover Oregon; and on posters for Death Cab for Cutie, Sufjan Stevens, St. Vincent, and 826LA.
Amy also writes and illustrates picture books, including Symphony City (McSweeney’s, 2011). She almost worked at both Tiger Beat and Cat Fancy before moving from Los Angeles to Portland. She is clinically Midwestern and will totally help you move.
PORTLAND BY THE NUMBERS
11 Infographics that Explain Portland Better than Portlandia
What Portland Would Look Like as an Independent Country
5 THINGS ABOUT
Charting the Unlikely Rise of Oregon Football
Why Portland Monthly Staffers Drove Over 3000 Miles this Month
Are Lab-Grown Teeth the Key to Dentistry's Future?
How One Woman Transformed Primary Care with a Single Question
The Portland Lawyers Who Patent Uncle Sam's Medical Breakthroughs
A Portland-Led Approach to Transgender Health Care
Three Locals Transforming Medicine and Research in Portland
Zombie Vaccines! How PSU Is Leveraging Undead Viruses to Cure Diseases
Bringing Surf-Ready Waves to the Northwest's Rivers
Under Armour is Coming to Portland to Challenge Nike, Adidas, and Columbia
What Could Oregon Possibly Know About Making Good Beer?
Sufjan Stevens Brings It Home in Portland
The Portland Company That Thinks It Knows the Secret to Social Change
MEDIA ON HIGH
The Story Behind the "Actors, Models & Talent For Christ" Billboards
How Will You Spend YOUR Precious Portland Summer?
BOOKS FOR BASKING
The 10 Portland Books You Must Read This Summer
Is Brunch in Portland Just a High-Calorie Spectator Sport?