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Stills from La Torre, a video project with music composed and performed by Sara Calvanelli and the choreography and dance of Karen Bernal (Ilaii AC).
Close encounters. Summer's here.
The wonderful Olla Vogala during stage rehearsal. Check out the entire album here.
Photoshoot with the band BlueGrace at DOK, Ghent (BE).
When people talk about 'the world' they tend to just talk about themselves and their place in the world. I would love to hear them talk about these mountains.
A series of photographs about time, place and belonging.
The Morvan is a wonderful yet rather unknown region in central France. It's silence is breathtaking.
The city is a place for rhythm & play. Brussels (BE).
A few pictures from the concert by Driftwood.
The city of Cambridge (UK), as seen through my lens.
Pictures of a few days surrounded by beauty, well loved, well spent.
Stills of the upcoming video, Eclipse, with Karen Bernal and Elena Hererra Cáceres.
Photographs about movement and repose, with Karen Bernal (Ilaii AC).
Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes, Mexico City.
Places of faith.
This photo series has been made during the rehearsals of the theater play 'La Canoa Dorada', performed by Teatro de la Idea Clara, directed by Adriana Duch Carvallo, based upon 'La tierra del faisán y del Venado'. The masks are created by Jean-Marie Binoche.
Ultra Vio°let and the light that shines on them (and within).
These pictures are about generosity. It is the reflection of the warmheartedness I have experienced in México and at the same time it is about the generosity of our surroundings. The subjects were given, only to end up in this page and to be given to others.
A city has a certain character, shaped by its buildings and structure, and by how life stories interconnect. These pictures capture the (hiding) places I seek and impression they make on me.
When walking through a building one tends to notice structure, geometry, proportions, materials, decoration. The character of a building is set by how those factors relate to each other and how all of them relate to light.
The splendor of botanical gardens.
A few pictures the Ghent University Library, the so-called book tower, designed by architect Henry van de Velde.
A photo series about Ghent (BE). On main land, yet an island.
The Vooruit building in Ghent (BE) has been built in the run-up of the World Exhibition in Ghent in 1913. Its (social) history is remarkable - there are so many stories to tell - and even though many things have changed as a century passed by, it has retained its character and gentile spirit.
Left behind to be found. Street art I've stumbled upon.
A few pictures taken at one of the buildings of the Faculty of Engineering and Architecture of Ghent University, before the start of the restoration.
Photographic fragments of the historical city of Weimar, Germany, once home to the writers/poets Johann Wolfgang von Goethe and Frederich Schiller. Without a doubt, this is one of my favorite places.
The monumental entrance of the Palace of Justice, Brussels (BE), in urgent need of restoration. This landmark building has built between 1866-1883, designed by architect Joseph Poelaert.
A photo series (in progress) of statues which are gone.