Martin Storrow finds the art in everything. A prolific writer and songwriter, Martin has released five records - as well as a collection of original poems - and has given more than 900 live performances across the United States and in Africa, Australia, and the Middle-East. Martin's original music has been played on both terrestrial and internet radio, and his songs can be heard in film and television shows on NBC, Starz, and Netflix.
Martin has also made a name for himself as an activist; in the wake of the divisive 2016 elections, he brought together a coalition of influencers from the arts, business, and policy worlds to create First 100 Ways, a non-partisan campaign that activated more than 500,000 people across the United States and inspired them to become involved in civic life. Martin is also passionate about global issues; he co-founded of Keys for Refugees, and has served on the board of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC).
Martin splits his time between New York and his home in Los Angeles. His latest project, an original musical called King of Pangaea, is currently in development.