Interview with cinematographer Anton Mertens

Anton got interested in making films at an early age and studied Film & Photography at KASK Ghent. After graduation, he was offered a position as an assistant cameraman on the first feature film by director Frank Van Passel. From there on he got into shooting documentaries, low budget commercials, music videos and short films, slowly building up a reel, meeting directors who would move up to bigger jobs and take you along. It is the directors who make you a cinematographer actually. Continue reading Interview with cinematographer Anton Mertens

An interview with illustrator & animator Kristof Luyckx

Why did you take the leap from working in a company to working freelance?

I needed more freedom, I wanted to choose my own direction. Fortunately, in the company where I worked at that time, I had the chance to work on many cool projects. But overall, it was mostly standard commercial work that needed to be done. Continue reading An interview with illustrator & animator Kristof Luyckx

An interview with Tom Dorresteijn, CEO of Studio Dumbar

Studio Dumbar is one of the most respected Dutch design studios of the last 25 years. Known for their groundbreaking design work for the Dutch police, the city of Rotterdam and much more, they continue to push boundaries with recent projects like the rebranding of Alzheimer Nederland & Amsterdam Sinfonietta.  Continue reading An interview with Tom Dorresteijn, CEO of Studio Dumbar

An interview with photographer Merel ‘t Hart

Merel ‘t Hart was born in France and raised by Dutch parents. She took an interest in the arts quite early in life; spending hours drawing and painting as a child. As a young teenager, she and her family moved back to the Netherlands. But a few years later, at the age of 17, Merel decided to move back to France, to study at Nanterre University in Paris, where she graduated with a master in political science and a master in English. Before taking a more serious interest in photography she worked in the publishing world.  Continue reading An interview with photographer Merel ‘t Hart

An interview with fashion designer Pierre-Antoine Vettorello

Fashion designer Pierre-Antoine was born in Bordeaux, France. When he was 22, he decided to study textile design in Paris. Later on, he continued his journey to the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp, Belgium to study fashion design, where he graduated in 2012. Continue reading An interview with fashion designer Pierre-Antoine Vettorello

An interview with multi-talented graphic designer Tom Muller

Tom is a Belgian graphic designer from Antwerp who is living and working in London for the last 12 years. For the past 11 years, he worked for a number of independent design agencies (Vir2L Studios, Lost in Space, Kleber, Studio Output), usually focussing on digital and interactive work whilst keeping a sideline of more print and brand-oriented projects. Continue reading An interview with multi-talented graphic designer Tom Muller

An interview with architects Bruno Despierre and Kelly Hendriks aka B-ILD

Bruno Despierre and Kelly Hendriks met each other while studying at Sint-Lucas Ghent. After working at offices like Conix Architects, Dirk De Leeuw, 51N4E, OMA NY and Christian Kieckens Architects, B-ILD was founded in 2009. Their office is based in the centre of Brussels, Belgium. Continue reading An interview with architects Bruno Despierre and Kelly Hendriks aka B-ILD

An interview with graphic designer Sara De Bondt

Sara is a female Belgian graphic designer, based in London. She studied graphic design for four years at Sint-Lukas Brussels and did an exchange to Universidad de Bellas Artes, Granada, Spain for three months. After graduating she did a two-year post-graduate design residency at the Jan van Eyck Akademie in Maastricht (Netherlands).  Continue reading An interview with graphic designer Sara De Bondt