Love Bert’s work. His talks on photography are always inspirational. And a very nice guy as well, met him in Tokyo a couple years ago, humble and passionate.
Tell us about yourself and what got you into photography? How did you develop your style in photography?
I’m from Belgium and recently when I turned forty, I realised I’ve been a professional photographer for ten years now. I shoot quite a wide range of subjects but it’s almost always about people. Although I’m a one man band, I feel my company has three divisions: The biggest division is my commercial photography in which I usually employ documentary techniques to capture real images for companies and agencies. Teaching is my second division. I really enjoy teaching and encouraging other photographers during workshops and video lectures. The smallest division is the one that caters to individuals, capturing weddings, family portraits, … It’s what I started my career with and it still gives me a lot of satisfaction.
As a kid, I was intrigued by the buttons and dials on my great-aunt’s camera…
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