RABO&CO
commissioned

December 2019 I photographed  28 businesses throughout the Netherlands for Rabo&Co, a magazine from the Rabobank. commissioned by Studio Polat, I photographed these people whilst they worked with their products and told me about their ideas and actions regarding a sustainable future. 

RABO&CO
commissioned

December 2019 I photographed  28 businesses throughout the Netherlands for Rabo&Co, a magazine from the Rabobank. commissioned by Studio Polat, I photographed these people whilst they worked with their products and told me about their ideas and actions regarding a sustainable future. 

WOMEN OF 
THE COUNTRY

Farmers have always been very important in  Dutch culture. Most of our country exists of farmland. But when researching about farmers you rarely find anything about farm wives and their position within the farming community.What do all these things do with the self-image of these women? And what does that say about the image that men have of them?

WOMEN OF 
THE COUNTRY

Farmers have always been very important in  Dutch culture. Most of our country exists of farmland. But when researching about farmers you rarely find anything about farm wives and their position within the farming community.What do all these things do with the self-image of these women? And what does that say about the image that men have of them?


GOOD PEOPLE

A series about my hometown in the Netherlands, where old agricultural traditions are still part of day to day life. Neighbors care for each other in good and bad times and are together at the most important moments in life, a way of living together that is slowly dying out.

GOOD PEOPLE

A series about my hometown in the Netherlands, where old agricultural traditions are still part of day to day life. Neighbors care for each other in good and bad times and are together at the most important moments in life, a way of living together that is slowly dying out.


NEW GROUND

The Zuiderzee Act was adopted on 14 June 1918.
As a result of this law, 200,000 hectares of new land was created. People from all over the Netherlands started a new life in the Polder, they all brought their own language, traditions and customs. 50 years later, how do these pioneers look back on building the polder?

A project based on research from Eva Flantua. Visualised by Annejet Brandsma

NEW SOIL

A series about my hometown in the Netherlands, where old agricultural traditions are still part of day to day life. Neighbors care for each other in good and bad times and are together at the most important moments in life, a way of living together that is slowly dying out.