My goal: make the ordinary, extraordinary
‘C’est la fête’ art work. 1,4 mt X 0,9 mt. Builded on an airbrushed background with bubbles and a geometric perfect heart with real champagne corks in a leather frame.
Dutch history at its finest. The stairs where Willem van Oranje was killed. With my Pritcher Pillow. They were also the stairs to his bedroom!
Lovers for ever. In the background the symmetry of two paintings and in the front the perfect symmetric travel pillow in a graceful composition.
I love this one. I made it in Biarritz and it shows French school kids getting surf instruction, on the foreground a man doing his exercises. Young vs old. The circle of life.
This is irony for western people. On top of the Burj Khalifa in Dubai around sunset, you’re wondering why taking a (for me) unrecognizable selfie? Note the fancy shoes and bags and the mother guarding over her (probably) daughters.
Although its history is horrible, this image of the ‘Chiefs home in Nazi camp Westerbork’ is great. Note the man at the right imagining what has happened here.
In Vilnius (Lithuania) this is the last symbol of communism. Made with my Sony A7-X and a 50 year old Super-Takumar 1.4/50mm.
On a morning at the Santa Monica Pier around 05.00. I gave him $ 5.00 (in his hands) and the only thing he could say was ‘How many beers can i buy?’ The real raw.
One in a million image and one of my thousands images taken in my life. This is a classic made around 1980 in The Hague. A tramp somewhere with a bottle in his coat. Note the perspective and the man within it.
Covid-19 or not, people gathering during sunset in the Vondelpark (Amsterdam) to enjoy. Great light and ambiance.
For 10 years i was founder and director of the largest independent association for medical specialists in Holland with around 5500 members. One of the highlights was creating a structure for independency.
A trunk to carry my fresco portraits. With a built in stand, special inner work with wool to protect the frames. On the outside a bar to present the art work.