At the end of June this year, I had the privilege to host one of the most amazing photo workshops I've been on thus far. For starters, I finally get to work with my friend Nigel Danson, which I had been looking forward to for a while now. But also, it was also a trip that was originally supposed to…
Today I will be sharing some thoughts about the first workshop I hosted this summer: Puffins in the Midnight Sun. I hosted this bird photography focused workshop together with the amazing Anja Robanke.
Today, I am proud to say that my brand-new fine art print experience is finally available! I have always felt that selling my work as prints was an afterthought on my website. Therefore, I decided to turn the dial up to eleven and offer a new experience which is authentic & unique.
Another year has (almost) passed. That means it's the perfect time to publish a list of my most noteworthy photographic moments of the year. It's the perfect way for me to reflect on the special moments and achievements in my photography career and look back with pride.
Now that the dust has settled, I wanted to say "Thank you!" to each and everyone who visited my photography exhibition 'Fire and Ice', bought one of the photographs or sent me encouraging messages. I am very grateful for the tons of support my work has gotten.
The coming week is the very last week during which you can visit my photography exhibition 'Fire and Ice' in Asse, Belgium. On Saturday November 12th I will be present at the exhibition between 14h and 18h.
Recently, I spent a morning photographing seals at one of my favourite locations. It was an interesting morning for wildlife due to the weather conditions. In this blog I share how things went and also how I edited my photographs from this trip.
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.
Two weeks ago, I went on my first photography excursion, other than the eruption, since early March. I travelled to the Snæfellsnes Peninsula and had an awesome weekend filled with wildlife encounters. One of those encounters really resonated with me.
When I’m not out photographing, I find I am spending a lot of time looking at what fellow photographers are doing. I’m doing that to get inspired, to learn new techniques or to enjoy the photographic work that many other talented people are putting out there. In this blog, I listed up 5 photographers whose work I thoroughly enjoy.