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Commission: Photoshoot of an inaugural lecture

I was invited to capture the inaugural lecture of Professor Arie Zwiep on 10 March. Below you find a visual impression of the ceremony. Professor Arie Zwiep arriving at the aula of Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam […]

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Slow Art Party: Roe

This week’s natural pattern in the Slow Art Party, hosted by Amy Maricle of Mindful Art Studio, was Roe. Roe is the ripe eggs of fish and certain marine animals, according to wikipedia. We started […]

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Slow Art Party: Through

This week’s theme of the Slow Art Party hosted by Amy Maricle was ‘Through’.

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Fog

It was a foggy day today. That doesn’t happen often in the Netherlands, so I went out for a photowalk on my lunchbreak and I found the fog enchanting! Especially when you are in nature. […]

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Etsy: Rust patina printable

I just added a new digital paper pack in my shop: Rust patina printable. Over the years I’ve captured so many rusty surfaces with my camera that I decided I could list some of them […]

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New haul of Cartes-de-visite (CDVs)

Oh, I’m so pleased with myself! I’ve just purchased 20 cartes-de-visite from the Waterlooplein in Amsterdam for 50 cents a piece. I visited a friend and on my return decided to quickly cruise this vintage […]

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Slow Art Party: Evolve

The theme of one of the last Slow Art Parties hosted by Amy Maricle of Mindful Art Studio was ‘Evolve’. As I am posting this way later than the session actually took place, I do […]

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Silhouettes of trees

There is something about Winter: all the leaves have fallen to the ground and you can easily see the silhouettes of trees. I like looking at the curvy and funky lines of the bare trees. […]

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Autumn leaves

I don’t know about you, but I love this time of year! All those pretty, warm colours of the leaves before they fall down on the ground and leave the trees bare until next Spring. […]