We live in a world full of protest. The once-pinned world is now a world full of its own opinions and perceptions. As a photographer I want to show my vision on these activities. In five pure images I symbolically show 5 segments of protest. Search for justice, taking action, going against established values, standing up against sin and also the loss of own benefits by not thinking about own actions.
A photo sequence in which depression is displayed. In my eyes, this is something you won't just tell everyone. You do not want to arouse pity and pretend to have "special" needs because you are someone who has something that nobody can do anything about. Not even you.
Yet people always look at depression in two possible ways. Either those who have it or have had it and those who don't know it. That is why I opted for a dark red and soft dark green monochrome. two ways of looking, but only being able to understand if you know it yourself.
The three images are named: Intention (top left), Alienation (right) and View (bottom left)
Everyone has their opinion about nature and its future. For a long time I believed that we could still save the world. As a society we could strive for a better coexistence with nature. Currently my opinion has changed dramatically. Nature will always exist, but will be another dimension of itself. Without the physical presence of man. Only a small footprint as a scar of history that is no longer read by anyone will be present. Natural selection.
This series hang in the Central Station of Antwerp in the month May of 2020 for the Antwerp Billboard Project.
The moon prince is a story written by Starla E. Roose. In which a young boy gets tormented by his own mind. This all because of the quartarians taking over his life.
With these images I try to capture the feeling and the moment of the story.
Many people live a fear. Psychical pain. Nobody who ever will get the pain. Nobody who ever will understand the suffering. With this series I try to show this crisis. In the hope you will never again say that it will be "fine", that you can relate, but that you listen first and try to understand before you judge.