Aired On: Aug 15, 2013
Rasmus Mogensen shares his thoughts about nudity in society, the desperate need that an artist has for recognition and why the Helmut Newton image that both inspired and touched him the most is not the one you would think of.
Based in Paris and New York City, Rasmus Mogensen has worked professionally as a fashion and beauty photographer since 1995. At age 17, Mogensen had his first independent photo exhibition at Gallery Photografica in Copenhagen.
He has photographed for a variety of magazines including Vogue, Tatler, Harper's Bazaar, Elle, Marie...
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