Tag Archives: Netherlands

Find of the Week: Jantine van Peski

Jantine van Peski is one of those rare and wonderful examples of a designer that manages to balance art, artisanship, craft and design in equal balance; a rare trait, in a world where so many manage to excel in only one.  Influenced by the 1970’s macramé sculptures, where three-dimensional textiles are created from a series [...]

Interview with photographer Joost van Manen (Netherlands)

Tell us a little about yourself and what precipitated the shift from business to photography. I was born and raised in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.  After school, I went to university to study business economics & management, but I spent more time studying magazines with the work of Herb Ritts, Mario Testino and Sante D’Orazio than [...]

Behind the Scenes with Masha Ru (Netherlands)

Tell us a little about yourself and your introduction to photography. Since childhood, I have been following a dual path, attending technical classes in physics and programming and being strongly involved in fine arts (theatre, literature, photography). I received my PhD in applied mathematics (image analysis and nanotechnology) and graduated with honors in photography with [...]

Photographer Peter Orré (Netherlands)

Tell us a little about yourself. My name is Peter Orré,  born and raised in The Hague,  The Netherlands, and currently based in Zoetermeer, which is basically a suburb of The Hague.  I did all kinds of things before I discovered the beauty of photography.  It quickly became clear to me that photography was definitely something I wanted to pursue. How does [...]

Photographer Nouveau Noir (Netherlands)

How would you best describe your style? Dark, light, emotional, seductive, progressive, contemporary, vintage.   It’s hard to fit my own photography into a box, I’d rather leave that up to others.   One model described my work as “filled with air, full of life, fully feminine.” Many of your stories include an interesting mix [...]

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