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Guest in podcast Verwondering

In the podcast Verwondering of Harald Dunnink (creative director of Momkai and co-founder of De Correspondent) I was invited to talk about the roll and philosophy of imagery on De and The Correspondent. We talked about our policy, my projects on image forming, our creative team ánd gardening.

[Listen here and check out the gallery with visuals of all topics we covered]

The origin story of our avatars

On De Correspondent I wrote the origin story of the key element in the house style of our journalistic platform: the hand drawn avatars. In the past seven years we have had several versions of the hand drawn portraits. In this piece I’m explaining why and how.

[Illustration by Cléa Dieudonné]

Host of Fotodoks Book Club #20

As a sub for Rob Hornstra I was moderator of the Book Club #20 organised by Fotodok in Utrecht. Guests on stage were Cristina De Middel, Ruben Lundgren, Lucal Leffler, Marwan Bassiouni and Maartje ter Horst.

[Photo by Martha Stroo]

Book ‘This was not the news’

As part of the five years anniversary of De Correspondent we published a book with some of our best journalism, about the big structures and changes of our times. All our over 60.000 members get the e-book for free.

[Illustration by Momkai]

Award ceremony of Prijs voor Storytelling

As chair jury of the Award for Storytelling 2018 (part of Zilveren Camera) I got the honour to announce that photographer Anaïs Lopez won this year with her project The Migrant.

Yes! De Correspondent goes international

Thanks to a successful crowdfund campaign De Correspondent will have an English expansion by mid 2019! You can join our movement here.

Co-hosting De Donkere Kamer

Already the 10th time I’m co-hosting De Donkere Kamer, a live magazine about photography. Up for ten more editions!

[Photo by Ramon de Vries]

Guest at conference for innovation in journalism

Representing De Correspondent at the conference Stop de Persen organised by Fonds voor Bijzondere Journalistieke Projecten.

[Photo by Bob Bronshoff]

 

 

Joining KABK fieldtrip to Novi Sad

This years fieldtrip of the Royal Academy of Art (KABK) in The Hague was to Novi Sad in Serbia. Over the course of one week photography students embarked on a journey in and around this Serbian city. All students made a person project which resulted in a publication, a website and a exhibition at several locations in Novi Sad.

Joining teachers were: Donald Weber, Ari Versluis, Lotte Sprengers, Rob Hornstra and me.

Chair jury for the Award of Storytelling

Photographer Sanne De Wilde won the Award for Storytelling 2017 (part of the Canon Zilveren Camera) with her project The Island of the Colorblind.

[photo by Eric Brinkhorst]



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