Martina Verhoeven has been working on the development of her own photographic style for about 20 years, almost parallel to this process Martina took up the electric fretless bass when recording the two criticaly-acclaimed 3 Seconds Of Air albums (with Dirk Serries). As her photography continues to grow, expand and develop, slowly mutating into collages on canvas, so does her approach to music. Switching from electric bass to double bass to piano, she slowly mastered a technique that's exceptionally hers.
The photo book "Gratitude", surrounding her abstract photography, is accompanied by her first solo album on piano. Performing a self-composed long form piece that is both tranquil as trance-inducing, intriguing in its strange rhythm and unique for the abstract harmonics.