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Red Hook Crit in Milan


Something totally different this time: a short video featuring Nick Post, who’s setting up a fixed gear cycling team. Shot by photographer Leonard Faüstle, I was asked to do the editing. Being a cycling enthusiast myself I really enjoyed doing it. Hope you like it too.

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Africa, Fairtrade

Fair Flowers in Kenya


Earlier this month I did an assignment for Power of the Fairtrade Flower, a campaign by Hivos. Together with photographer Leonard Fäustle I visited two flower farms in Kenya. Both farms are considered frontrunners in terms of fair and sustainable flower production. The results (a set of print articles, photographs and videos) will be published

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Cinema, Film

Trailer voor Internationaal Filmfestival Rotterdam


In opdracht van SAZZA en Hivos monteerde ik voor het Internationaal Film Festival Rotterdam (IFFR). Hivos steunt al jarenlang het Hubert Bals Fonds van het IFFR. Dit fonds biedt vernieuwende en opkomende filmmakers in Afrika, Azië en Latijns-Amerika hulp bij het realiseren van hun filmproject. Daarnaast verleent Hivos als hoofdsponsor van het filmfestival haar naam aan

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Art Intervention


This recently published video completes a seven part series of shorts I produced for Art Intervention, a research project on the intersection of design and sustainability. For these videos I collaborated with Amal Alhaag and Joris Derks. Amal wrote an essay on this topic, which you can read on the Coolpolitics website. For the videos

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BYW goes Malaysia


The past two weeks I spent in Kuala Lumpur, guiding a group of students from the University of Amsterdam. And what a great experience it was!

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Urban Matters: Mejicanos


Last month I finally got the chance to travel with my former Lokaalmondiaal colleague Thomas Hurkxkens again. We made a short film in Mejicanos, one of the poorest and most violent neighborhoods in San Salvador. This area is largely controlled by notorious street gangs like Mara Salvatrucha.

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Asia, Azië, Cambodia, china, Disputed Waters, environment, milieu

‘Damned Development’ at Power of Water exhibition


Disputed Waters is part of the Power of Water exhibition, opening on Sunday September 7 at FOTODOK in Utrecht, the Netherlands. We’ll be showing photographs by Johannes Abeling and a documentary about the Mekong river by Ronald de Hommel and myself. ‘Damned Development’ shows the effects of the rapid industrial development of the Mekong basin

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