Lately, I've gotten a lot more messages asking me about the location I captured a photo at. Therefore, I thought it would be a good idea to address why I don't share some photography locations and why you shouldn't either.
There are currently no active volcanic eruptions on Iceland but there is still plenty of evidence of the tremendous heat present in the earth beneath it. On Iceland, there are many geothermal areas, which I find incredibly interesting to photograph.
It finally happened: I travelled to Greenland! A few weeks ago I made an impulsive, last-minute, but very rewarding visit to Ilulissat. My main goal? Photographing the majestic castles of ice floating in the UNESCO Ilulissat icefjord.
I'm happy to announce my latest creation: a 56-page e-book (PDF) to 25 of my favourite aerial, landscape and wildlife photography locations in Iceland. It's full of information that can be useful when planning your next trip to Iceland.
After the difficult year 2020 turned into, 2021 came back with a bang for my photography. During 2020, I suffered from what I like to call a "photographic writer's block". I couldn't find sufficient inspiration & energy. I didn't want to go out to photograph and wasn't finding joy in it any longer. Fortunately, 2021 marked a complete turnaround for…
The past weeks have been incredibly busy for me. Among other things, I was finalising my book with the printing company, giving a lecture at the Photo Days in Brussels and much more. I guess it was time to give you all a bit of an update of what's going on these days.
A collection of aerial and landscape photographs made during several colourful summer nights deep in the Icelandic highlands. In the early summer of last year, I set out with my friend Gabor Nagy to spend a weekend exploring the southern region of the Icelandic highlands.
From 64° North to 80° North. In this second part of a 2-part series about my sailboat adventure in the High Arctic, we travel back towards the South, encountering some exciting wildlife, discovering the longest glacier front of Svalbard and roaming around an abandoned soviet mining village.