Martin Bradley is an Art Critic, writer, graphic designer and exhibitions curator based in Malaysia. He has a Master's Degree in Art History and Theory from the University of Essex, England and a Master's Degree in Gallery Studies (Exhibitions and Displays) also from the University of Essex. His first degree was in Philosophy and he has diplomas in Art & Design and Graphic Design.
He is the author of a collection of poetry - Remembering Whiteness and Other Poems (2012) Bougainvillaea Press; a charity travelogue - A Story of Colors of Cambodia, which he also designed (2012) EverDay and Educare; a collection of his writings for various magazines called Buffalo and Breadfruit (2012) Monsoon Books; an art book for the Philippine artist Toro, called Uniquely Toro (2013), which he also designed, and is currently writing and designing a history of pharmacy for Malaysia, due November this year (2014).
Martin is the founder-editor of Dusun an e-magazine dedicated to Asian art and writing, now in its third year. Also the founder of Northern Writers, a venue for writers to read in northern Malaysia. He teaches Malaysian students in creative writing, and Consultant to Zhe Xuan Gallery, also in Kuala Lumpur.
Martin was invited to read in Delhi, India (2010) in the Commonwealth Writers Meet, also to read in Siem Reap, Cambodia (2013) and to The Philippines (twice in 2013) to read his poetry, and was winner in a Warren Adler competition for writing (2012).