Martin Storrow believes there is an art to everything. As a singer and songwriter, Martin has released five records and toured extensively, performing more than 800 concerts across the United States and in Africa, Australia, and Israel. His music has been played on both terrestrial and internet radio, and his songs can be heard in film and television shows on NBC, Starz, and Netflix. Martin has also made a name for himself as a social entrepreneur and activist. Last year, he brought together a coalition of artists, policy experts, and businesspeople to create First 100 Ways, a non-partisan, positive action campaign that brought together more than 500,000 people in the wake of the divisive 2016 elections. Martin is also co-founder of Keys for Refugees. Martin has worked and volunteered with Moishe House, served on the Board of Directors of the Joint Distribution Committee (JDC) and currently serves on JDC's Entwine Council, which he co-chaired from 2014-16.
Martin lives in Los Angeles and is currently developing an original musical.