Martin Adolfsson is a Swedish photographer who has been based in New York City since 2007. He shoots portraits as well as travel and architectural photography for magazines and advertising agencies around the globe. Adolfsson’s personal work focuses on social structures and behaviors. 

In his book project Suburbia Gone Wild he photographed model homes built for the new upper middle class in emerging economies around the world. The project has received wide attention and been nominated for several awards. In his upcoming project Geographic Proximity he continues to explore the shifting landscape of national identity in a global era and how it's reshaping the world we live in. 

Adolfsson has worked with clients including Condé Nast TravelerNew York magazine, MonocleFortuneVisionElle, Hyatt Hotels & Resorts, Cafe, Icon, BMW, Scanorama, Der Spiegel, Sony Ericsson, Porter Airlines, Nokia, and Volvo. His work has been exhibited in the United States, Japan, the Netherlands, and other countries across the world. He has been nominated for several awards, including the Santa Fe Prize, Review Santa Fe, and Prix Pictet. He is the recipient of grants from Längmanska Kulturfonden and the Association of Swedish Professional Photographers (SFF), and was a finalist for a Hasselblad Masters grant. 

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