I’m a thirty-something Belgium-based travel photographer, especially interested in landscape, nature and cultural photography.
Photography, for me, is a lifelong and everlasting passion. It is what makes me feel emotions, breathe, live. Photography challenges me to share my life, my thoughts, my perception of the world that surrounds me, with others, and to share in their lives as well. From the waterfalls of Iceland, to the mountains of the Alps, the Palazzi of Venice, to a small Masaai village in Tanzania, to watching my children grow, photography is the rhythm to which I live my life.
I started to take pictures at the age of 12 when I received my first DSLR. By that time, I was shooting film, black and white only with old second-hand dark room material. A few years later I bought my first Durst enlarger and took dark room processing way more seriously. Over the course of time and with the decline of film photography I bought DSLR’s rather than SLR’s and my digital dark room has replaced the traditional one, even though I still have every single piece of equipment in the attic.