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Photography started for me at fifteen, when my uncle gave me his old darkroom equipment. At the age of twenty, I began my professional career as an on-the-run photojournalist, covering local events for newspapers. Later I worked as an assistant on commercial photo shoots.

Feeling more and more the personal need … Read More
Photography started for me at fifteen, when my uncle gave me his old darkroom equipment. At the age of twenty, I began my professional career as an on-the-run photojournalist, covering local events for newspapers. Later I worked as an assistant on commercial photo shoots.

Feeling more and more the personal need to focus on socio-political issues, I drove to Sarajevo (2002) to cover a personal documentary story. Ever since more international personal photo series have followed.

In 2007 I had the honour of becoming one of 12 participants in World Press Photo’s annual Joop Swart Masterclass.

My photos have appeared in (corporate) magazines and trade journals, adverts and government publications, nationally and internationally. Organizations such as UNICEF, CARE International and AMREF Flying Doctors have sent me abroad some 25 times to photograph their projects and campaigns, mostly in Africa, South America or Middle East.

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Member Since: Oct 30, 2009