Seoul

Added on by Martin Adolfsson.

I'm in Seoul, Korea this week to shoot some editorial work. We had a down day today so I decided to take a walk along the Han river which runs through Seoul and shoot some personal work. 

GANT Portraits

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During the last year, I had the opportunity to work with the creative team at fashion retailer Gant to visualize their new concept "never stop learning". This has been a great opportunity to meet and photograph some of the most inspiring artists, entrepreneurs and scientists out there.
Here's are some of my favorite outtakes from the project:

Colleen Flanigan is a socio-ecological artist living in New York City

Colleen Flanigan is a socio-ecological artist living in New York City

Erika Bergman is a sub-marine pilot and co-founder of Girls Underwater RobotCamp, she's based in Oakland, CA

Erika Bergman is a sub-marine pilot and co-founder of Girls Underwater RobotCamp, she's based in Oakland, CA

Richard Haines is the illustrator behind the blog What I saw today and a Bushwick residence.

Richard Haines is the illustrator behind the blog What I saw today and a Bushwick residence.

Jeremy Lindblad of Lindblad expedition 

Jeremy Lindblad of Lindblad expedition 

New studio work

Added on by Martin Adolfsson.

For the last couple of years I've mostly been shooting portraits on location -which has been great fun. Earlier this year when the New York sky was grey and uninspiring I decided it was time to get back in to the studio and shoot some new portrait work, where I, for once was in control of both light and the environment.
I wanted to capture portraits that felt "unstaged" (which is always a challenge when shooting in studio) and also allow the viewer to create their own narratives.  More images from this series will be available through Gallery Stock

curious moments 2015

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2015 is coming to an end so I decided to collect 12 moments from 2015 that caught my eye because they were weird, fun, strange or just beautiful (or all of those).
The prints are available through this webshop, you can also click on an image and it will take you directly to the shop. All images are printed in 24x36" (60x90 cm) on semi-gloss archival paper and available in open edition to help keep the prices down a bit. For any questions just shoot me an email