Vincent Van Duysen, at his home in Antwerp.
From the archive | July, 2016.
Buddha Dordenma, Bhutan. For scale, the statue (seen on the right of the frame) is 177ft tall.
6x7 | Kodak Tri-X 400
Asparagus Fern, from my BOTANY series, framed at home.
Edition of 10. Available via link in profile.
I am happy to share one of my most exciting projects to date.
I had the honour of shooting all of the photographs for ‘A white facade, five floors, and a open door’ - a book telling the story of Graanmarkt13: A concept store, restaurant and apartment in Antwerp.
The title is large format, 256 pages & bound in traditional book cloth. Created by Cereal. Designed by Studio Faculty. Published by Lannoo.
Special thanks to the team at Graanmarkt13 - particularly Ilse, Tim and Bob; and to my colleagues Rosa, Richard & Richard.
Bhutan, Dec 2018.
Form VI | 210 x 297mm | Archival pigment print on cotton rag paper | edition of 10.
The Himalayas, as viewed from Dochula pass.
The peak on the left is Jomolhari (7326m), which lies on the border of Tibet and Bhutan, and is believed to be the home of Am Jomo, a powerful mountain goddess.
Sangay, our guide, walks up the steps towards Buddha Dordenma - a 177 foot high statue of Buddha in the hills above Thimphu, the capital of Bhutan.
Black necked cranes in Gangtey Valley.
The cranes spend the summer at high altitude on the Tibetan Plateau, and fly here to Bhutan in winter to shelter in the low valleys.