It was a pleasure to shoot a food essay at Restaurant de Leest a couple of years ago. You can see Jacob Jan Boerma – Food Meets Art here.
I had the chance to meet and shoot Jeroen Dijsselbloem, Dutch Minister of Finance and current president of the Eurogroup. He was interviewed by six journalists, no chance to get him alone for even 1 minute. Hopefully next time!
Portrait for Handelsblatt 22/11/2013
I recently photographed Barcelona’s vermouth bars to illustrate this article for the Financial Times. I really recommend trying some of these bars if you travel to Barcelona. Click on the image to read the online article at FT.com
Posted in Culinary photography, Editorial photography, Food photography, Lifestyle photography, Travel photography
Tagged Barcelona, Culinair, culinary, Food, food photography, Reise, Travel photography
Usually I am the one portraying people. What a nice surprise discovering, that fellow artist Marijke Lips caught me with her pencil during a recent shoot. Thank you Marijke for this great portrait!
Enjoying great food along the oldest river of the world.
Published in Der Feinschmecker 05/2013
Posted in Culinary photography, Editorial photography, Food photography, Tear Sheets
Tagged Belgium, Culinaire, Europe, Food, food photography, Maas, Meuse, Namen, Namur
Shooting the Wintershall terminal team in Beverwijk, The Netherlands, on a freezing winter morning. Wintershall is Germany’s largest crude oil and natural gas producer.
Photographed for Wintershall, Germany, 2013
Agnieszka Romaszewska-Guzy fights Europe’s last dictator, belorussian president Alexander Lukaschenko. Her colleagues of the Belsat TV station in Warsaw discover the lies of the belorussian regime broadcasting the truth straight into Belarus.
Belsat TV works out of small offices in Warsaw, where it has been operating on an annual budget of €6 million provided mostly by Poland, with contributions from Sweden, Norway and the Netherlands. Find the full article in German here.
Portrait for Reader’s Digest 2/2013