Competition is fierce in the world of fashion and photography. But there’s one man that stands out from the crowd, with the way he’s capturing fashion and natural beauty. Rasmus Mogens was born in Copenhagen Denmark in 1974. As the grandson of the famous Danish architect and design Børge Mogensen, creativity flows through his veins.
Rasmus Mogensen wanted to become a photo- grapher from age 8 and began his career wor- king as a photo assistant in Copenhagen and New York. He had his first independent photo exhibition at age 17 at Gallery Photografica in Copenhagen. His fine art photography is now exclusively represented worldwide by the renowned Fahey/Klein Gallery. Based in Paris, and now partly New York, he has been working professionally as a fashion and beauty photographer for the past 15 years.
Rasmus Mogensen has worked with German, Australian and Russian Vogue, Citizen K, Allegra, French Elle, Jalouse, L’Officiel, Dansk, Vs Magazine, Zink, French Marie Claire, The Sunday Times Magazine, ES Magazine, Wallpaper, Tatler, Australian Har- per’s Bazaar etc.
He has shot numerous worldwide advertising campaigns for clients such as Wolford, Diesel, Shiseido, Lancel, Elizabeth Arden, L’Oréal, Kérastase, Hanro, Parfums Rochas, De Griso- gono, InWear, Pieces, Sand, Vero Moda, Escada and Swarovski.
“Photography is for me a search for harmo- nious shape and composition. What keeps me going is the fact that a creative career is a never-ending evolution in the search for a perfection that does not exist. I love the fact that there is always something you can become better at in the process.”
This photographer could make anything happen with his camera. See more of the extraordinary work from this Danish pphotographer at rasmusmogensen.com