Everything you ever wanted to know about saliva but never dared ask.

Interesting portrait shoot of the Italian saliva expert Erika Silletti for Wired Italy. She does food research at the NIZO in Ede, part of the dutch Food Valley. Each of us generates 1,4 liters of this hightech product daily.  You can read the full story inside this month’s Wired Italy magazine. If …

Jeroen Dijsselbloem, Dutch Minister of Finance and president of the Eurogroup

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   Like this:Like Loading…

Barcelona’s vermouth bars

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 Like this:Like Loading…

Caught in the act!

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! Like this:Like Loading…

Wintershall Team

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 Like this:Like Loading…

Agnieszka Romaszewska-Guzy, director of Belsat TV in Warsaw

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 Like this:Like Loading…

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