NEW: How To Measure Time

New work: How To Measure Time, 2017. Black Indian ink on gelatin silver print, 17,7 x 12,6 cm. I’m working on a solo exhibition later this year. I’m using this work as some kind of internal benchmark (does that make sense?) Continue Reading →

NEW: Places I’ve Never Been

I’m working on a new series: Places I’ve Never Been. It’s an exploration in the ways memory and photography work together. Continue Reading →

FAIR: AIPAD New York 2017

A selection of new work will be on view on Gallery Fifty One‘s booth at the AIPAD Photography Show 2017, March 29 – April 2.

Check with the gallery to get an overview of available works!

PRESS: L’œil De La Photography


My gallerist – Roger Szmulewicz of Gallery Fifty One – shares the story of how we met, and how we started to show my work. One of the best decisions of my life was walking into his gallery with a box of gelatin silver prints. Read the article on the L’œil De La Photography site, in English and in French.

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PRESS: Rekto-Verso

wrote an article about my work for Rekto Verso, a Belgian magazine for culture and critique. Continue Reading →



Head over to for a six question interview about my work and about what inspires me.

MULTIPLES: ‘A Palm Tree Is A Palm Tree Is A Palm Tree’ – Gallery Fifty One Edition


I’m happy that Gallery FIFTY ONE included my work in their 51 Edition series. My edition consists of 51 compositions of two fiber based silver gelatin prints.
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BOOK: I Dreamt An Island

I Dreamt An Island is my newest book. Published by Gallery FIFTY ONE, I Dreamt An Island offers the perfect introduction to my work!
You can buy it online at Gallery Fifty One’s shop.

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DISCOVER: A Palm Tree Series


A Palm Tree is a Palm Tree is a Palm Tree is an ongoing investigation into the mimetic characteristics of photography.

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SERIES: The World is Too Much With Us


The ongoing series The World is Too Much With Us  deals with photography’s intrinsic  possibility to make endless amounts of copies of one image. What happens when these copies are brought together? What happens when the photographer refuses to make the perfect print, but assumes that all prints are equal? Check the complete series here.

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