Distortion Festival is a 5 days big party, rolling through one neighbourhood each day during the first week of june. In the daytime you’ll find free street parties and at night the parties continue in the night clubs with international DJ line-ups.
Website
cphdistortion.dk
Address
Distortion Festival, Refshalevej 167A, 1., S2 1432 Copenhagen K, Copenhagen, Denmark
Current city: Copenhagen
Ken Hermann is a Danish photographer who works in the fields of portrait, editorial - and commercial photography. An urge to explore photography and different cultures has brought Ken around the world, from secluded regions of India and Ethiopia to the big city landscapes of New York where he has worked for renowned photographers like Brigitte Lacombe and Asger Carlsen. The life in the cities as well as in the more abandon places is a big inspirational source to Ken Hermann and he loves to combine his commercial work with his other true passion- to explore life, people, and cultures. His work has been published by a number of magazines and websites and he is a finalist of this years Hasselblad Masters with his ‘city surfer’ project which is being exhibited in LA, London, New York and Berlin. Based in Copenhagen he works for a diverse range of clients amongst those leading brands, media and agencies.
 

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