Wildlife filmmaking | nature photography

Film is a combination of many art forms. It can transport the mind to anytime and anywhere imaginable. This is what draws me most to film. The ability to create worlds, to share, to feel, to understand and inspire. To apply the art of film to nature, is a challenging but ultimately rewarding task. It takes seasons, sometimes years to get the story fully told. Along the way the natural world never seizes to surprise and amaze me to the point where you conclude how wonderful nature really is.

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Photography has always remained a great passion of mine. Browse through photographs from recent projects and remote places. Locations include Alaska, Iceland, The Netherlands and Nepal.

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If you have the patience, the time-lapse photography technique can result in remarkable visuals. Normally hidden in time, processes will now reveal themselves. Scenes unfold in ways that otherwise would simply go unnoticed.

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With The New Wilderness we kicked off the wildlife filmmaking in The Netherlands. And we are just getting started. At the moment a new project is in production. A film that involves around the Wadden Sea Islands. A release is estimated in the fall of 2018.