Another exhibition is coming up in the beautiful surroundings of Southern Germany the weekend of 24-25 August. Close to München in the old monastery of Fürstenfeldbruck there will be an International Nature Photography weekend with some multimedia shows and lectures and of course also some exhibitions. See you there!
Proud to announce I was second runner up in the ‘Photographer of the Year 2019’- competition of African Geographic. You can read more about it here.
March – April 2019
This time I will be in Africa again, but it will be a slightly different trip for a change. First I will explore the North of Namibia, one of the most stunning and desolate places on earth if you ask me. Afterwards I’ll be going towards Botswana and visit Khwai (Okavango Delta) and the Central Kalahari (CKGR).
Part of this trip will also be to check and get more used to the new car. Keep you guys posted!
The exhibition was a succes! Here are some images to give you an idea and you can read more here.
If you missed my exhibition last year, you’ve got another change! From 8 until 10th of February my pictures will be shown in the exhibition ‘Walk on the wild side’ in Freiburg (Germany) during the Mundologia Festival. You can find more information here.
Another 3 months Africa trip on the planning. We’ll be back the end of November with more news and for sure more pictures!
I was invited by the amazing Hungarian wildlife photographer and hide builder Bence Mate. We met last year in Mana Pools and he invited me over to try out hide photography. Here you can have a look at my stay and some of the pictures I took there. You will also find some in the gallery.
I started a small exhibition in a private gallery of an artist in Bonheiden (Belgium). Since it’s a special concept where the gallery is actually the house of the artist (and a piece of art), you need to make an appointment to go and have a look. Feel free to contact me for more information.
In spring time 2019 there will be some dates announced on the website when the gallery will be open for public without the need to make an appointment.
I’m very proud to announce I ended on the third place in the category birds in the competition of GDT Naturfotograf des Jahers 2018 (German wildlife photographer of 2018).
Tuesday 20th of February I’ll be flying back to Africa until the beginning of May, so soon more to come!
I got an honourable mention in the competition ‘International Photographer of the Year’. Well, actually I should say I got three! They mentioned my ‘Night at the hyena at the den’-series, the series ‘Orange’ and last but not least the ‘Wildlife in the dark’-series. Feeling very proud!
Hope you’ll enjoy!
The vernissage was a true succes. Thank you all for being there with so many of you, it truly made my day! If you couldn’t be there but would like to see it, the exhibition will be there until the 3th of March.
If you want to see my work…
In January I will host my very first exhibition, called “Dust Till Dawn” in Heidelberg (Germany). We chose pictures from my past trips to Africa to show the beauty of this incredible continent and more specific its animal life. The most fascinating pictures are either taken at dusk or dawn and often include a lot of dust.
It’s been a fruitful year for me. Also the German magazine NATURBLICK, a magazine for nature and nature photography published an interview with me in their latest edition. One of my pictures even made it on the cover! Again I was very pleased and happy to see my work got appreciated. Here you see a part of it:
Right before I left for Africa I got interviewed by the popular German magazine PHOTOGRAPHIE. They made an article out of that interview of four double pages and added lots of my pictures. I feel very honoured and happy about it. Here you can have a look at the result!
September – November 2017
I am back on a trip to Africa, where I will first spent a month in Namibia and Botswana and afterwards two months in my favourite park, Mana Pools in Zimbabwe. The pictures and stories from this trip will be online after my return, so probably in December.