Just like any other profession, a photographer needs to constantly learn. Workshops, classes, online courses, whatever is necessary to either keep up with what you are doing, or extend your knowledge. That is what took me to Siena, to follow a week long course of story telling. With teachers like Randy Olson and Melissa Farlow, […]Read More Siena Storytelling Workshop
Many of you have visited me on my exhibition last month. It took place in the beautifully restored city palace on the Coupure in Gent, now instead of a family residence, a co-working space called Ampla House. During 3 weekends an overview of my work was on show in the different spaces on the 3 […]Read More Disclosure, the exhibition on video
I have been working on this for a while now, although, it wasn’t me who did the work. Christophe Lambert, who is a great writer, write down my story, in combination with a selection of my photos. It has become a real pearl, a combination of both a pleasant read and an overview of my […]Read More Disclosure, the book.
Here a copy of an article about me, that has been published in the ‘Promenade’ magazine. For those who have missed it!Read More In 7 krachtige beelden de wereld rond…
Yes! It’s a fact! I have received the QEP award! Qualified European Photographer, QEP, is an official qualification system issued by the Federation of European Photographers (FEP), the European umbrella organization of professional photographers, awarding the photographer for his high professional skills. In order to be recognized, the photographer must submit a series of 12 […]Read More Qualified European Photographer
Well whatever you are, wherever you go, however good you might be at what you do, whatever your profession is, constant education is a necessity. There is always something left to learn, there is always something you need to know or something that might make your life (and work) easier. So extra classes is something […]Read More Education