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My new website is finally online. Far from finished, but presentable. Portfolios, workshops, photo tours, shop, information about prints and about me, partners and much more will be put online as soon as possible in the coming months. As soon as there is enough on itand links are working, Google may index the website and I will become more findable.

The website will also offer the possibility to register directly for workshops and to pay for this with iDEAL. Orders from the shop can also be settled directly with iDEAL.

When the English version is sufficiently filled, the website will also be available in Dutch.

Did you miss my presentations at Lowland Photo Festival 2019 and at SNP Nature Travel Hiking Event 2020? Or an announcement of the photo trip Tanzania 2020, discounts on prints? Stay up to date with news about photos, prints, workshops, photo tours, presentations, and other products.

“Like son, like father”, “(Wild) colors of Costa Rica”, “How then?”, “Wrong jeep”, “K (r) anen and k (r) oppen”, “My vacation – about minimal photography and minimalism “. In colorful blogs I will write about photography, nature, photo trips, tourism, recreation, nature conservation and more.

If you want to be automatically informed, sign up for the newsletter, see bottom of the homepage or Contact in the menu.

The sale of prints is starting up. Also abroad. On the new website there will be a lot of attention for prints. Ordering a print is custom-made and not possible online. Even for print-only, there are several printing options or paper choices. The possibilities for presentation and framing are very diverse also. Photo wallpaper, IXXI, canvas, dibond, aluminum, plexiglass, Diasec, frame, it really is custom work. So for ordering, please contact me by email or registration form.

Through social media I will let you know as much as possible when photos or information has been added again. But of course you can also take a look yourself on my website every now and then.


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