Vernissage Art Forum Maurice Braspenning en Rolf Mulder
Event A Discovery of Japanese Swordsmanship
Selfportrait with bubblewrap
Perspectives on the train
A time for butterflies
A mindful walk in Heverlee
A road in Oudenburg
Horse at twilight with big puddle
Study the model
Shelterdogs through the years
Practicing self portrait
First set photography of student short in 2008
I want to shoot more yoga
A glimpse at a paddock paradise
Dramatic clouds at the airport
Dogs through water
Textures from wall to tree
See me, fall
Magic sunset in Knokke with a view of Zeebrugge
Full moon at the beach
My dog is waiting in the car
Kitesurfing in Nieuwpoort
Cows are awesome
Distorted wide angle horse
Coastline of the North Sea Knokke Belgium
Study of ballet
Textures of concrete walls on the old farm where I lived, study of materials.
Costa Rican Waves and Rocks
Minimalist editing to focus on finishing work again. Focusing on images I really love and speak to me.
Behind the scenes images of Torpedo, a feature film produced by a team productions and directed by Sven Huybrechts.
A selection of images I still love after all those years. It's a showcase of juxtaposition, ordinary situations we find extraordinary. Shot in Bangkok and on Koh Samui and the railroad line from Chumpon to Bangkok.
Portraits of equine noses. I feel like the whole personality and observation of the world comes together in a horse's nose.
Horses of Schaarbeek
In Schaarbeek, a team of horses and garbage workers bring joy and clean the streets and parks of the capital.
This series is from my early years as a photographer, going to the beach in the wee hours of the morning. Still fascinated by how rain changes light and perception.
Study of underwater movement and reflections in the pool. As there is no concept, my mood strongly invades the images.
Inspired by Demarchelier
As a diver, I love doing shoots like these. Another study with two models and an image of Patrick Demarchelier in mind.
I love flying planes, as they open up a new perspective not reached easily. Airplane mode becomes a meditative state where the world is pure poetry.
Photographing myself is creative therapy and a meditative practice. It is also a way of accepting how I look in any given time and an act of selflove.