New publication ‘Sorry, we’re Closed’

Now available @republiekgallery  my new book ‘Sorry, we’re Closed’. The publication measures 22 x 31cm, 128 pages. The order can be completed with a signed limited edition fine Art print 18 x 24cm in edition of 50. Sorry, we’re Closed During the 2020 lockdowns, I started capturing the deserted shopping streets of London. The scene was…

Anne de Grijf

Creative Direction and Campaign Photography for Anne de Grijf. The fictional billboard campaign was photographed around the designers studio in Amsterdam North. This simple concept suits the way Anne de Grijf offers her services. Made to measure, design to measure and made te order. All produced local and sustainable. Style by Marleen de Jong.

The New World off Tweka!

This year the rebranding for one of the worlds oldest swimwear brands was launched. I was commissioned to develop a radically different photography concept and shoot the Spring Summer campaign for this amazing Dutch heritage brand from 1916. 

Offset Sheffield

I was honoured to be invited and speak about my work at Offset Sheffield an educational and vocational conference for the Design and creative industries. From 2009 the Dublin based festival is inviting the most interesting and exciting practitioners from the fields of Graphic Design, Photography, Animation, Illustration, Fashion, Film, Industrial Design and Art. Photo: Lauren Pritchard

What do you see?

SEE the new campaign for Vlisco showcases a variety of eye-catching designs that blend together in beautiful harmony. It’s fitting that the final campaign of the year pays tribute to the precious bond between mothers and their grown-up daughters. This season’s designs flow with beautiful illusions full of depth and perspective this was also the starting point of the photography concept. The more you look, the more you discover.

Ode aan de Nederlandse Mode

For the exhibition ‘Ode to Dutch Fashion’ I photographed 76 historical designs in typically Dutch settings. The exhibition and accompanying catalogue featured over a hundred creations from the past century of Dutch Fashion design in different areas. In collaboration with art director Maarten Spruyt I developed a photography concept for each style and period. The exhibition is on view until February 7th 2016 at Gemeente Museum Den Haag.


For generations, African women have worn expressive Vlisco designs to speak their thoughts and share their feelings – without saying a word. The TELL collection celebrates this cherished tradition, passed on from mother to daughter. Each new design offers a sparkling and sophisticated voice for today’s unforgettable stories. In collaboration with Vlisco I developed a concept in which the set design was inspired this specific elements in their designs.

Exhibition Utrecht HC

To celebrate the 40 years existence of shopping Centre Hoog Catharijne in Utrecht a three months long exhibition was launched.
I was commissioned by Wink in collaboration with Andbeyond studios to shoot a series fashion images with four different themes.
Stylist Marleen de Jong used exclusively items from the shopping mall for the styling. The pictures were displayed hanging above the exhibition pavilion that showcased pieces from dutch fashion designers. photo: Dennis Bouman@wink

There’s something happening here!

A group exhibition ‘There’s something happening here’ at the Brancolini Grimaldi Gallery in London. Showcasing the work of a new generation of photographers curated by James Reid and Tom Watt. 
In these troubled and uncertain times of upheaval and dissent on a global scale, a new generation of photographers and image-makers is emerging. 
Steeped in the process and versed in the psychology of the medium, they are exploring angst, neuroses, notions of fragility and identity and the subjectivity of photography itself.

The photographers included in the exhibition come from a diverse range of photographic backgrounds: from fashion and still life to complex conceptual work.
 Despite the diversity of their practice, shared interests emerge and the conventional boundaries of photography are challenged and played with.