What’s in my… basic medical kit. This time the first aid kit I carry with me in my backpack. It’s the Tasmanian Tiger TT First Aid TQ / Medic Pouch. Bright red, recognizable, and filled with a collection of basic supplies for first aid.
What’s in my.. rally photo kit This is one out of three kits I use during offroad rally’s in Africa. This part is about my camera gear, combined with two other kits which are my backpack with laptop and essentials, and my big bag, provide me with gear for 2 weeks but is not necessary for daily use.
What’s in my… daily backpack. This is my trusty everyday backpack from 5.11, the Rush24. This is the medium size from the Rush series with 37L and this backpack has been with me over the world. From more formal meetings up to the dunes in Mauritania.
Curious to see how the 2020 Africa Eco Race was for me? Watch this and see how I managed to send daily pictures to teams and media (sometimes even before they finished the stage), to do video interviews and publish daily reports in sand and stone covered part of the world without proper internet as we know in Europe.
While the heat is slowly leaving the Netherlands, I look back on last January during the Africa Eco Race through Morocco, Mauritania, and Senegal. A nice rally where I have made more cool images than has been shown before. With that, these are my Drone highlights from the Africa Eco Race 2019
Back at the golf course again! This time a bit earlier in the year than the KLM Open. During the first week of June I’ve shot the ING Private Banking Golfweek for three days commissioned by TIG Sports. Read more →
I experienced a triathlon myself during photographing the first ever Triple Mix Triathlon in Almere last weekend. A quick game form of three very short triathlons, every time in a different order. Read more →
Sun, sand and… a lot of action! That is what summarizes last weekend at the Scheveningen beach. The Pro Freestyle is an event with a selection of small extreme sports that are not that known to the public. Read more →
The first Dutch Offroad Racing Series is a fact! More than 50 participants fought for the first victory of the series at the IJmuiden beach last weekend. A lot of drifting, jumping and high speeds on the coastlines. Congrats to all winners and see you at the next event! Read more →