Jonathan Martin

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Since 1995, Jonathan Martin Creative has designed and built hundreds of sets, stages, and themed environments for church interior design. We create murals, interactive pieces, and three-dimensional elements that are customized for your specific style and needs.

Jonathan has assembled a group of like-minded artisans with distinctive abilities to create and direct concept design, carpentry, sculpture, painting, illustration, digital painting, and mixed media—all to realize the visions of JMC’s diverse client list of museum exhibits, theme parks, and churches, as well as sets for stage, television and film.

His museum work includes the Museum of the Bible in Washington, DC; two Verbum Domini exhibits at the Vatican in Rome; the Book of Books exhibit in Jerusalem; and portions of Passages exhibits in Oklahoma City, Atlanta, Charlotte and Colorado Springs. He was also involved in the design and construction of The Voyage of a Book exhibit in The Ark Encounter in Williamstown, KY.  Television sets include Kristin Chenoweth's PBS Special "Coming Home" and various stage sets in London, Manhattan, Orlando, Miami, Dallas, Costa Mesa, and Tustin.  Clients for film, TV, and video concept work include 20th Century Fox, NBC, Big Idea, Erwin Brothers Films, and Gener8ion Entertainment.

Jonathan received a Bachelor of Science degree in Telecommunications/Film from Oral Roberts University and has worked as an independent professional artist since 1990. Jonathan currently resides in Nolensville, TN with his wife Melissa, daughter Josephine and son Wyatt.

Erik McNair