Uwe H. Martin is a visual storyteller mainly working on long-term, in-depth, documentary photographic projects around the world. He documented the daily life in Bangladesh and the struggle of people suffering Narcolepsy. Currently Uwe is working on a set of multimedia documentaries about the global commons water, seed and land: White Gold investigates the social and environmental effects of global cotton production, while his new visual research project Landrush analyzes the impact of large-scale agro-investments on rural economies and landrights around the world. Both series are part of the collaborative art and research project Supply Lines: Contemporary Resource Ecology. Besides his photographic practice Uwe is teaching photography and multimedia storytelling at the Henri-Nannen-Schule, the Akademie für Publizistik in Hamburg, the Fachhochschule Bielefeld and the University for the Arts in Bremen as well as the Freelens Multimedia Workshops. In 2011 his web documentary Texas Blues won the German Reporter Award for the best German web documentary and in 2012 he served on the jury of the Lumix Multimedia Award. Uwe studied photojournalism in Hanover, Germany and with the support of a Fullbright grant at the Missouri School of Journalism. In 2010 he founded German multimedia non profit Spill The Beans! and Aggreys Dream, a project supporting a school in a slum in Mombasa, Kenya. Uwe joined Bombay Flying Club in September 2012.