Month: November 2016

Dutch landscapes

When we were in Alaska, we went bushwalking with a ranger, and she asked if there was wilderness in the Netherlands. There is not. There is some cultivated nature, with forests, moors, dunes and beaches, designated for recreational purposes. With visitor centres, walking paths, biking […]

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Not sure what I got out of this

I had my first portfolio review the other day, at the Photo Academy in Amsterdam. They invited me and I signed up for it. Although I had no intention to apply for an education, I thought it might be interesting to have someone with expertise […]


The hypothetical book

I’ve been thinking about sequencing lately. It came up in a conversation about curating my work into a photobook, I think I need to re-edit my website, and I read this interview with Jim Casper, editor in chief of Lens Culture. Here’s what he says: “The sequence […]

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