From Ken Martin

Ken Martin

Kenneth Martin is a freelance photographer and educator and has been teaching photography and photojournalism at Suffolk University in Boston for three decades. Ken is a graduate of the College of the Holy Cross and the New England School of Photography where he majored in History and Editorial Photography respectively. He leads study abroad classes to Italy, Senegal, and Spain and taught at the American University of Armenia summer program in 2019. Martin is a contributing member of ZUMA Press, the largest photography agency in the world.

BOSTON — On April 24, 2021, as Armenians everywhere were preparing to commemorate with marches, prayers and protest the 106th anniversary of the beginning of the 1915 calamities in Turkey[...]

BOSTON — On a clear and bright Sunday morning that can only be experienced in Massachusetts in April – in this particular case April 18 – a small and special[...]

WATERTOWN – Sadness and hope marked a very special event held on Artsakh Street in East Watertown, late Sunday afternoon, November 22. Greater Boston area Armenians gathered in front of[...]

BOSTON – Armenian-American young men and women in Boston haven’t given up demonstrating and fighting for Armenian human rights and against Azerbaijan and Turkey for their invasion of the Artsakh[...]

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Shifting locations marked yet another event Sunday afternoon, October 31, by the greater Boston Armenian community in its support of the Republic of Artsakh and its month-long[...]

BOSTON – Silence marked a day of protest on Saturday, October 24, in the heart of Boston as a solid core of 250 dedicated Armenian-Americans from surrounding communities gave up[...]