Only four to five percent of the universe is visible. 23 percent is dark matter, and 73 percent is dark energy. I'm alway's aware of that five percent of light. it's the most powerful ingredient of our life, our being. The movement of light is a linear process where time and space meet. A moment reveals frozen movement in time. That's what I try to achieve with my photographs and digital work; frozen moments of movement.

Photo; Dancing girls in moving light.


light artists

James Turrel, Olaffur Eiison, Dan Flavin, Ingo Maurer, Richard Serra, Bruce Nauman, Francois Morellet, Albert Speer, Keith Sonner,

Photo; my interpertation of Turrels Light Space.

Graphic designers

One off my favorites is David Carson who continues to be one of the world's most distinctive typographic voices, much imitaded, but never matched. Anton Beeke, Job van Bennekom, Marten Jongema,

Photo; RAW magazine by Carson.


Rem Koolhaas, Ben van Berkel, Meyer en van Schooten, Concrete, Zaha Hadid, Richard Meier, Eric van Egeraat, Claus en Kaan, MVRDV, Tadao Ando,

Photo; Berlin architecture.


Franco Fontana, Anton Corbijn, Oliver Toscanini (Benneton/Colours) for all his work. Grahame Sydney, Greg-Girard, Fatali,

Photo; Girl in Cuba


Designers, Visual artists

Karim Rashid, Bill Viola, Mark Rothko, Julian Snabbel, Marcel Wanders, Han Hoogerbrugge, KesselsKramer, Bansky, Eric Staller, Michael van Gessel, Francisalys, Johan Grimonprez (dial History) Jan Lauwers, Jan Verswijveld,

Urban Posters

Everywhere I come I photograph Urban posters / Typography and melt them togheter to new Urban Typgraphic Art.