Markus Martinez Burman is a visual storyteller and transdisciplinary researcher from Mexico and Sweden. Martinez is part of Indigenous Photograph and as a storyteller, he is passionate about indigenous environmental justice and ways of indigenous coexistence with nature. Martinez explores how visual methodologies can support a path to reconnection with memory, community and nature. As a National Geographic Young Explorer, Martinez's projects have focused on supporting youth with reconnection of their territory and nature through the co-production and reflection of the community and personal photo stories. As a member of INDISprojec.org, Martinez co-produced Photovoice: Monkoxi Reconnection with the Indigenous Nation of Lomerio in Bolivia, an in-print photo book compiling the stories and testimonies of youth and the community on protecting their territory and autonomy.

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