I went on a little adventure with Gerard, Sanne and Fos! You can view the behind the scenes vlog of me photographing this super cool family (4th member on it's way, whoohoo!) here. It's so weird to see myself shooting, hihi! And the result of this shoot below :). Thanks guys! Curious to see how I would document you and your family? Head over here for all the details and book me via the contactform or email@example.com. I can’t wait!
This is the 5th time photographing this beautiful family and we have so much fun together! I could just copy-paste the things I wrote here because they still stand. This time we went to Kralingse Bos in Rotterdam (just a 10 minute bike ride from my home, yasss!) scouting for rabbit who didn't show. Luckily there were lots of pretty flowers to be picked. Thanks again guys!
Just a few images of the familyshoot of Brian and Wendy to show you that Spring is finally here! And this means that the season(s) for familyshoots is officially open! I am getting booked a lot by all you lovely people so if you want me to document you and your loved ones and don't want to miss that spot please drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org. I can't wait!
Remember these guys? I photographed their wedding some years ago and Jeroen wanted to surprise Natasha with a familysession for her birthday. Yay! It was so good to see them again, this time with little Juul. Thanks! Curious how I would photograph you and your loved ones? Drop me a line via the contactform or at email@example.com to get the magic started!
Our lives are filled with moments in between moments. We take photos of the dinnerparty but rarely photos of being on the road to that same dinner party. We take photos of our weekends and holidays but not so much of the unexciting days in between. Of the mess, the cracks, the stuff that you think is not worth spending €3 per photo on. But aren't these the moments that shape us, our friendships and our home? I find this a very interesting topic and so I started taking a tiny 35mm camera with me at all time and now and then shoot these moments that shape me. Not for the sake of shooting but for the sake of being able to remember what filled my life. It takes me a second to take a photo and then the camera is back in my pocket. Even 1 photo can bring me back to a week of memories. There is a small line between documenting every single thing you do because you want to show the world you are what