“Here, photographer Maan Limburg and make-up artist Charlotte van Beusekom explore four ways to accomplish this by creating beauty looks that would render any facial-recognition software useless. The pictures are based on the requirements for your passport photo and are (debatably) within the legal boundaries of Hong Kong legislation. By using hair to reshape the face, and by using make-up or simple stickers to block important measurement points – such as the distance between the eyebrows and between the eyes, ears and nose – even sophisticated recognition programmes would have trouble identifying this person.”
Up and coming ethical Dutch-Ugandian clothing line Langi asked me to shoot their first lookbook 🎉 I really love working for brands with a mission
Osso is something different. It’s a theatre play about and with (formerly) homeless youth, which is actually not that uncommon in the Netherlands. Working with and for this group of people was a pleasure
Do you like what you see & would you like some pictures for your own purposes?
La Nonette and I collaborated on these pictures for her illustrative label
VERS Magazine, the magazine of the biggest association of young film and television creatives in the Netherlands, commisioned a photo essay of gem’s from the archives of Beeld & Geluid institute. The latter enjoyed this essay so much they purchased the series for their own PR too
Whenever I’m shooting businessportraits for clients, be it company’s such as Pallas Advocaten or Socius wonen or just one freelancer, I try to get a shot that’s really “them”. And fun. I love smiling people. If you also want (a) businessportrait(s), send me a message ♡