An update! It’s been a while, so first of all I really want to give you a brief summary of what is going on at this moment. I’ll give you today’s update in bullet points for the sake of quickness. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact form me.
- I have been editing some episodes of a YouTube web series for a new client and am excited to show it to you soon, most probably at the start of September.
- One of my portraits will be printed and on show at an exhibition on rhetorics at the Taalmuseum in Leiden, at the start of September.
- …and last but not least: I will have an exhibition of my series Two Months That Stuck at the end of September. The opening date will be the 26th of September, and of course, I will absolutely not spam you about the date and the exact timing of the event on Instagram, nor here.
Alright. Summer 2019.
My website lived through some changes, and with it will also come more frequent updates on my projects and progress. Yet at what feels like the end of this summer, I just want to share some photos of the week I spent with friends in Italy last June.
This series of pictures was taken with an analogue Canon AV-1 camera that I recently rediscovered at my parents’ place. I wanted to spend some more time with analogue photography and this vacation seemed like a good opportunity to do so. Tuscany has great colors amongst other great, more edible, things.
As far as sightseeing goes, we spent the better part of a day wandering around Siena. I visited Siena before with my parents, but wandering around by myself – one of my favorite activities – I discovered some places around the city center I’m sure I hadn’t seen before.
At the Duomo people gathered mostly in the shade to admire the building, or bought a ticket and quickly went inside. Most braved the sun only to take some obligatory pictures to prove their visit.
…But really, I’d be lying if I told you we were out and active all the time.
The rest of my summer has been mostly work, but this week of relaxation and catching up was a good energizer. Looking back at the pictures I feel like I can channel that energy for the things that September (and after) will bring.