Welcome to my shop.
In collaboration with ‘Werk aan de Muur’, I offer my photographs for you to bring into your home. You may choose the materials and sizes as you wish, while I have handpicked a selection of the best photographs and will deliver the highest quality.
By supporting my art, I can continue to pursue my passion for photography and bring a little calmness, care and warmth into people’s lives.
If you have any questions or requests, please send me a message here.
Why I make prints
I have always had an interest in handicrafts and opening my own shop one day. As a child, I enjoyed drawing, painting, or simply creating something with my hands. For me, this still feels more fulfilling than creating digitally. It takes away the value of the effort and technique I put in. Photography is a craft that falls inbetween these methods of being in the field, actively creating. But also digitally editing and sharing the photo. In the end, it is convenient to see and share your work digitally with anyone in the world. But it does take away a big chunk of the value an image really holds. This is why I enjoy making prints. It becomes a physical object. A three-dimensional piece that stimulates more than just your eyes. You can smell the material it’s made of, feel the textures and experience the image more intensely.
And if I talk about the works of art that photographers put in. I believe this kind of work should be looked at in a more gentle and mindful way. It is not a product that only takes three seconds to absorb, like, and you continue scrolling. We should stop what we are doing, become still and just observe. Really seeing the details, the contrasts, and the shapes. What is the photographer trying to express here? What resonates with me? Feeling what a photo does to us will make us part of the experience. We become part of the art.
*Countries we ship to: Netherlands, Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Estonia, Finland, France, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Norway, Austria, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland.