Danish photographer Lasse Bech Martinussen first discovered photography ten years ago while documenting his travels, realising that when he took better photos the trip itself became better in his own memory. It was when interning in New York that photography really opened up for Martinussen, however, as it was presented more as an art form than a documentation method. Now, as well as shooting for Sony Records, VICE, and Neon Magazine, Martinussen is working on an ongoing series called "Unknown To Others" which explores the constraints of modern society and the impact it has on the way we live.
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