Martina Markota is a disgraced NYC nightlife icon, a former model and performance artist named Lady Alchemy.

After studying mathematics at New York University, Martina spent ten years working in the performing arts industry in New York City. She was later "exposed" as a Right Winger and hounded out of her work by far-left artists.

Martina then moved on to work with the Daily Caller in Washington DC as a video producer and reporter, before going to the UK to report on European events like the yellow vest protests in Paris and the Notre-Dame fire.


She is currently back in New York, working on independent projects like a comic book about her performing persona "Lady Alchemy: Mutus Liber". She is also creating a print arts and culture magazine called "Virtus Liber", started a merchandise brand named "Disgraced Icon" and streaming online about art history and Etiquette. She has added photography to her resume in addition to model with her portraits featured on book covers and musician portraits featured on MTV.


Martina also interviews people on art and culture like the former singer of The Misfits, Michale Graves on her YouTube channel, along with various comic book creators, authors and personalities.


She is a speaker about arts and culture, appearing on DW News, Gnostic Radio, and live events.