A Whimsical Tea-Inspired Series by Cade Martin


Award-winning photographer Cade Martin sure knows how to take his viewers on a magical journey. The Wonderland series he created along with the Washington Ballet was filled with over fifty dancers majestically moving through the air. If only for a brief moment, we forgot about the troubles we face in our everyday lives and simply marveled at his storytelling ability.

The Washington D.C.-based photographer has just come out with a new series that was inspired by tea. When Starbucks decided to open up their first Tazo Tea store in Seattle, who else could they turn to but Martin to create their campaign photography? “A whimsical and provocative journey, guided by the elixir of tea. Sensory delights about and worlds come together in unexpected ways.”








Cade Martin’s website



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