When Marty is not working, he enjoys some simple activities. He has been a lifelong photographer; a hobby that began when he was editor of his college yearbook and one that has served him well throughout his career.
He also spends some evenings in his shop where he enjoys woodworking, a skill that he has gotten quite good at over the years. Marty is quite proud of his tool collection.
Two of his prized possessions are his 1966 Austin Healey, which he has owned for 25 years, and a 38′ C&C Sailboat.
Marty spent ten years restoring his Austin Healey, doing most of the work himself. He restored it to showroom condition and today gets to enjoy the fruits of his labor by driving it on the backroads of Northern California and bordering states.
When the wind is blowing, which is just about everyday on the San Francisco Bay, Marty can be found sailing Raven, his 38′ C&C. With its black hull and sleek design, it is one of the fastest and most unique boats on the Bay. Marty looks forward to the day when he can sail Raven on the waters of the Chesapeake Bay, where his love for sailing began.