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BIO

Short version 

I am experienced in a variety of styles ranging from film stills up to street photography and probably my favourite: portraiture on location. The diversity of people in their natural enviroment, at work or outdoors makes this line of photography a joy! I also work as a camera person and am experienced in shooting all over the world. Past work includes independent documentaries on social change, climate change and the perma-culture movement. Currently I am setting myself up for a nomadic lifestyle with a homebase at Almond Ave. in rural Spain, read more.  Documentary graduate of the Willem de Kooning, Rotterdam and Emily Carr University of Arts and Design, Vancouver  Mostly based in Amsterdam and Spain.

Long version

I am a photographer, filmmaker and co-owner of Studio Loerijzer. Based in Amsterdam and Spain but traveling whenever possible. I have experience in a variety of styles ranging from film stills up to  - probably my favourite: portraiture on location. The diversity of people in their homes, outdoors or at work makes this line of photography a joy. I also love doing and looking at contemplative street photography. Most of my photographs of suburban details, people and landscapes are taken during solitary walks, ‘small quests for inner peace’, which we tend to find in simple beauty in everyday life. The ordinary, geometric shapes vs chaos, patterns, people and light, rich and vibrant colors. I love the interaction and diversity that photography and filmmaking brings into my  life, meeting lots of different people and a new approach to every project. My dad, retired photographer, taught me to work with artificial light through his work mainly in the field of advertising. He also encouraged me to try to find some footing in videography. After graduating at the Art Academy in Rotterdam and an exchange with The Emily Carr University of Art & Design Vancouver Canada, I worked many different types of jobs in the film industry. I have always loved to see how movies are made, my first on-set experiences were in the Art Department, but I also worked as a location scout, production assistant, assistant director and now as a stills photographer. 

 

Photography has always been a big part of my life and I love the connection with ‘strangers’ that photography and filmmaking brings, but there are other things in life that do just that! After succeeding making a hobby into a means of living, we were ready to try and implement another big passion; being in nature and discussing life. Back in 2006 my SO and I decided to produce a (travel)film for people like ourselves; not really sure about a path that seemed pretty much laid out. The experience and the people we met changed the way we looked at our future and our 'freedom'. It showed how to have a more relevant relationship with nature, not live in debt and 'create' more time. Living life a little less absorbed by our culture. 

Producing Freedom Ahead and Seeds of Permaculture provided us with a basis to a more integral life. Inspired by the people we met while producing these films, we now own our own place in Spain, Almond Avenue. Now we start practising a more integral and (part time) nomadic life more actively. We focus on independent productions and are currently designing Almond Avenue to be a 'Third Place' for the people we know and people that wish to live comfortably in nature several weeks or months a year. Almond Avenue will also accommodate ahooha as a studio and gathering / working place in nature. I really recommend that you visit the site or the place if my story resonated with you in some way.

Cheers! 

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WORKED FOR AND WITH | WeForest | Warner Bros entertainment | De Volkskrant Het Parool | Het AD Magazine | Bunkerzaken | IdtV | Kaap Holland | Grolsch Kemna & Zonen | Eyeworks | Lemming | Submarine | MEC |  Isobar | HKU | Fitzroy | SLF MUG | Platform Makers | BALDR | Theatergroep Siberia