Martyn Coutts is an artist.

Martyn Coutts has been employed as producer, video artist, performer, mentor, teacher, dramaturg, director and VJ. His work includes Deadpan (a research and art collaboration, with Willoh S.Weiland. Willoh) Wayfarer (an iterative project with Sydney based media artist and producer Kate Richards). Martyn’s collaboration with Sam Routledge as Blood Policy has produced the critically acclaimed work Operation and has two works in development – The Outside and Onlooker.

Martyn has created media content and systems for the following companies and creators; Brian Lipson (King Lear, VCA), James Saunders (Harry Harlow, Full Tilt), Tasdance (Ten Days On The Island), Stuck Pigs Squealing (Apocalypse Bear, Melbourne Festival), Arena Theatre Company (House of Dreaming), Is Theatre (Passport to Happiness, Ten Days on the Island), Kelly Ryall (Disappearing Acts, Storeroom Theatre), Luke George (LIFE SIZE, Dancehouse and PICA), Dancehouse (24 HOURS).

Martyn was the recipient of Green Room award for his video design on The Harry Harlow Project in 2009. Martyn is an active member of the Australian performance scene – he collates the resource blog – lala (live art list australia), is a member of the Alternative and Hybrid Green Room Awards panel in Melbourne and was a Melbourne Fringe Festival judge in 2008. He has been a board member on both the Hobart Fringe Festival and Is Theatre.