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Welcome to my shop, where you can buy limited edition prints. All prints are numbered, signed at the back and come with a certificate of authenticity.
Editions are sold at different sizes and prices.

Prints are available through my shop.
The prints are all digital c-prints, a photographic print exposed using lasers or LED lights. After the exposure, the paper is processed in photographic chemicals, pretty much like the old way.
The prints are produced with a Lambda Printer.
C-prints or lambda prints are known for their realistic appearance and their long-lasting colorfast.

All prints are checked for colour, contrast and irregularities before shipping.
All print files are carefully edited and tested to ensure the best possible quality. This is also the reason that not all my work is (yet) for sale here.
Each month I will add new images.
If you have seen a work that you would like but is not for sale here, feel free to contact me.
Also, if you would like any other editions, sizes or types of prints or if you have any other questions.

Would you like your print to be framed or some advice about it?
Please do not hesitate to contact me. I’ll be happy to discuss the possibilities.

All prints are delivered with a 1,5 cm white border for easy framing.


Available sizes:

  • Small
    €125,-
    Image size 38 x 30 cm – Paper size 41 x 33 cm
  • Medium
    €250,-
    Image size 60 x 47 cm – Paper size 63 x 50 cm
  • Large
    €550,-
    Image size 90 x 70 cm – Paper size 93 x 73 cm

THE FOLLOWING COLLECTIONS ARE AVAILABLE

Timeline

You can see the path that the sun describes and the reflection of this process in the water when I was walking up and down a street while putting up cameras.
The path of the sun that can be seen on each photo overlaps, so through the strips of light on the image, a connection is created using time, water, light and space.

Myths of Nature

Pinhole images based on how nature is seen through the eyes of children
You are invited to look at this landscape with new eyes, to marvel, and let your own imagination speak.

New in addition to the series: Touched by the Sea

The Dutch Wadden Sea region.
Images made with an exposure time from 24 hours up to a whole week showing the path that the sun describes in the sky.
Trying to show a world in which expiring time is visual and connects with the unknown.

Dark Sky Park

The images are made in 2019 when it was 50 years ago that the Lauwerszee, an inland sea north of the Netherlands, was closed off and turned into a lake. A group of northern Dutch photographers showed their views on this beautiful Nature Reserve. I took the challenge because the area connects to the Wadden Sea, where I often take pictures.
I was interested in the fact that the area was designated an official Dark Sky Park in 2016. A Dark Sky Park is an area where it is dark and where the goal is to preserve the darkness.
I made most images while it was dusk. The last image was made with an entire night’s exposure. You see the path that the moon describes in the sky during the exposure.

Test of Time

The images in these series are made with a pinhole camera and an exposure time from 8 until 48 hours. The path that the sun describes in the sky and its reflection on the water becomes visible. The line is sometimes interrupted which means that it was cloudy at that moment.

Touched by the Sea

The Dutch Wadden Sea region.
Images made with an exposure time from 24 hours up to a whole week showing the path that the sun describes in the sky.
Trying to show a world in which expiring time is visual and connects with the unknown.

Timeline

A triptych in which the rising moon, sunset and sunrise play an important role. Quit moments at a lake. Moments where you forget the approaching city and human interventions and feel a connection with the past.

About Nature

Visualising the dryness of the Southwestern USA landscape.

Blue Part II

The Dutch Wadden Sea region.
Expressing the natural process of change by means of the different shades of blue that arise in the landscape. Depending on the intention of the light.

Papa tu Anuka

The title of this series ‘Papa tu Anuka’ means mother earth in Maori.
In this photographs I use the original landscape of New Zealand as an environment for contemplation and reflection. I search for a reality that can provide some counterbalance to our urge for control and speed.

Blue

The Dutch Wadden Sea region.
Expressing the natural process of change by means of the different shades of blue that arise in the landscape. Depending on the intention of the light.