Contact:
(+45)25546727
mail@mathiassvold.dk
Instagram: @mathiassvold 

Mathias Svold (b. 1991) is a documentary photographer based in Denmark. Besides pursuing personal long-term projects he is working with various kinds of reportage, portrait and video assignments. His work often investigates how climate, people and communities affect the nature.
In 2017 he graduated from the Danish School of Media and Journalism’s photojournalism program. He has been interning for National Geographic Magazine (US) and Jyllands-Posten (DK), and he is currently a mentee at VII's two-year program.

In 2019 he published the photobook KYSTLAND with Ulrik Hasemann: https://www.booklab.dk/shop/kystland/
  
Awards and honors:
2019: Danish Photographer of the Year / Photographer of the Year
2019: Danish Photographer of the Year / Portrait / 2. place 
2019: The 6x6 Global Talent Program / Selected
2018: VII's mentor program / Selected
2018: The 6x6 Global Talent Program / Nominated
2018: The Eddie Adams Workshop / Selected
2018: The Joop Swart Masterclass (World Press Photo) / Nominated
2018: Newspaper of the Year, Denmark / Gold for Coastland in Politiken
2017: Danish Photographer of the Year / Reportage Denmark / Winner
2017: College Photographer of the Year / Portfolio / Winner (72th College Photographer of the Year)
2017: College Photographer of the Year / Interpretive Project / Silver
2017: Selected for Magnum workshop at Visa pour l'image in Perpignan
2015: Danish Photographer of the Year / Daily life / 2. place
2015: College Photographer of the Year / Multimedia / Winner  
2015: PDN Photo Annual / Video / Finalist 
2014: College Photographer of the Year / Domestic Picture Story / Winner 
2014: Danish Photographer of the Year / Multimedia Production / Winner
Solo exhibitions:
2019: KYSTLAND - Pixlart  
2019: KYSTLAND - The Culture tower
2019: KYSTLAND - Broens Gadekøkken  
2019: KYSTLAND - Copenhagen Airport  
Group exhibitions/screenings:
2018: Visa pour l'image - Coastland (screening) 
2017: Fotografisk Center (On-The-Go) - Coastland
2017: Copenhagen Photo Festival - Life Exposed 
2017: Pixlart - Life Exposed 
2016: Copenhagen Photo Festival: Picture The Music 
2015: AIP Aarhus Independent Pixel / Shortlisted