What is your specialty, what makes your work unique? Or place your artist's statement.
As an illustrator, I love exploring the boundaries between the 2D and 3D world, and to let those seemingly easy flow into each other. “Is that digital or analogue” and “how do you make it look like that” are my favorite questions to trigger, while at the same time creating image that feels natural and easy to follow.
I love stuff that is colorful, liquid and uncontrollable. I love accidentally stumbling upon meaningful movements of materials. And most of all, I love capturing those in mysterious, yet crystal-clear video’s and photographs.
What are your ambitions? What do you want to be in five years?
In the future, I would ideally find a place where my talent for clear communication and critical thinking, and my fondness of visual exploring and Big Questions can come together in an applied manner. Though my work is more focused on asking questions than giving answers, I would love to see it work in more commercial contexts.
What is the most important thing you have learned during your studies?
The most important thing I learned during my bachelor, is to see every little step you take as equally important. This gives you the opportunity to find things you could never have thought of from the start. The best advice I got in the precourse: if you have to laugh out loud while working, you're on the right track.