Ken Hermann is Copenhagen-based photographer who captures explosions milliseconds after detonation. 

Ken’s images are pathways, connecting us to micro worlds and challenging us to rethink ideas of photographic representation. Ken doesn’t worry about trends, staying true to his point of view as an image-maker. It’s exciting to see a young photographer with such a strong singular vision and approach.

Passionate about individuals and their unique histories, Ken usually explores the fragile balance between people and their environment, between tradition and modernity. Ken’s photography seamlessly weaves cultural and political content, blending documentary and cinematic portraiture. His application of lighting, combining artificial with natural, takes the images into a surreal space, creating dreamlike visions of everyday people. Ken’s interesting work with explosions, demonstrates that he is adaptable and capable of technical assignments too.

© Ken Hermann

© Ken Hermann

Ken Hermann is Copenhagen-based photographer who captures explosions milliseconds after detonation. 

Ken’s images are pathways, connecting us to micro worlds and challenging us to rethink ideas of photographic representation. Ken doesn’t worry about trends, staying true to his point of view as an image-maker. It’s exciting to see a young photographer with such a strong singular vision and approach.

Passionate about individuals and their unique histories, Ken usually explores the fragile balance between people and their environment, between tradition and modernity. Ken’s photography seamlessly weaves cultural and political content, blending documentary and cinematic portraiture. His application of lighting, combining artificial with natural, takes the images into a surreal space, creating dreamlike visions of everyday people. Ken’s interesting work with explosions, demonstrates that he is adaptable and capable of technical assignments too.

© Ken Hermann

© Ken Hermann