BIG THANKS TO:
Social Club, Joris Bakker
Ludwig, Malvin Wix
Leeghwater Purmerend, Freek Eshuis
En alle figuratie.
2nd AD Farah Abdi, Focus Puller Friso Pas, Floris van der Lee & Boas Milligen, VTR / Data manager Majid Rezaie, Belichters Simon Meesters, Ruben Weelden, Michel Roozendaal, Bimala Naysmith, Assistent Art Department Alex Patron, Jos Leegers, Judith van Oostrumm, Make-up Michela de Simone, Wardrobe Heleen Out, Kik Scheele, Assistent Styling Alexandra Viclov, Productie Assistent Hannah Padding, Ernst de Keijzer, Tessa Ward, Suze van Bohemen, Geluidsnabewerking Michael Sauvage @ Sauvage Sound.
Scarlett Hooft Graafland - Exhibition Douze Douze Douze at gallery Vous Etes Ici until April 20th.
Jochem Sanders works both as a photographer and DOP.
Jochem's main focus is to portray people in their environment in the widest sense of the word, bringing out cinematic narratives.
Besides portraying people he is always on the lookout to capture moving places with his Stylus Epic.
This inspiring portrait by Michiel was chosen from 400 submissions to be one of the four covers of the book New Dutch Photography Talent 2013 that will be launched this Thursday at the GUP launchparty.
WYNE VEEN is a still life photographer from Amsterdam. She graduated from the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in 2008. Since then she has done several exhibitions worldwide and worked for commercial and editorial clients such as Surface Magazine, Pin Up, Bugaboo, Ikea etc. Wyne's work consists of sculptural arrangements. The photos possess a certain beauty and absurdity, but can be abstract as well. Carefully combined these works show the uselessness of our overly developed existence.
Dennis Duijnhouwer is back at Cake! Not only as a photographer but also as a director. Dennis is known for his documentary style whilst moving around the edges of popular culture, showing portraits of people from all walks of live. Coming from a musical background, Dennis has been involved in many productions of musicians and dj’s.
Dennis chronicled his journey from Holland to Morocco in his book “The Road to Rabat” (Habbekrats publishing) and was also involved in chronicling the successful feature "New Kids - Turbo".