I really enjoyed watching these very basic, step by step and delicious video's from Bon Appétit. They went to great effort to make it as easy as possible for your to create these dishes too. With a very handy ingredients list, pictures and check-off possibility. If there's any equipment needed you can also find a link to buy it online. One of my favourites is the 'Easy steak with pan sauce'
Client: Jumbo Foodmarkt , Agency: The Boardroom, Creative: Sophie te Pas, Executive Producer: Bernd Out/Made.For.Digital
Very happy to announce you can now find my images in the Adobe stock premium collection. The coming months I will shoot exclusive content for the collection to extent the portfolio even more.
The Adobe Premium collection are around 100,000 hand selected images sourced from some of the world’s leading photographers and agencies. They are are bundled within ten thematic categories that span across lifestyle, wildlife, food and industrial photography, as well as galleries that showcase the work of individual contributors.
I love it when a client with a traditional product as olive oil goes for a totally different approach with their marketing assets. Got to shoot this series of the stylish Neolea bottle and especially the 'champagne' shot was an exciting one to do. Still wiping olive oil of the ceiling ;)!
Very happy with this months, 8 page, publication in ELLE DECORATION. My favourite object must be the extremely expensive vintage chair by Ib Kofod-Larsen :)
Great to see the Amsterdam Coffee Festival grow each year, and the gashouder at Westerpark just suits them perfectly.
Love these bites by Marvin Amsterdam catering, can't wait to throw a party. Who's joining?!
Starting this weekend the 14th of January, the 4th edition of 'Enter the Loft' the amazing popup store for all your stylish interior needs!
I love it when the food stylist brings her collection of cutleryporn with her on set. It was a wonderful day of shooting for Philips today.
Lately I've been incredibly inspired by the bestseller book 'Making Ideas Happen' by Scott Belsky. He's the man behind portfolio service Behance and 99U; Behance's think tank and annual conference devoted to execution in the creative world.
I think everybody in the creative industry could benefit from reading this book that is like a Swiss Army knife for idea's. For me is was very refreshing to be shown the action method, a way how to store and prioritize my idea's in order to focus on the things that matter to me the most, a technique that I have now incorporated in my day to day workflow. And then there's the 'done wall', how to avoid security work, capitalising on feedback, circle of peers, etc, etc...
Did you read this book? What was your best lesson learned? I'd love to hear about it.