Stories are integral to human culture and storytelling is timeless.


My photography is characterised by a documentary style. I rarely ask my subjects to pose; instead, I create real-life situations. Whether it is portrait, reportage, or editorial photography, I strive for my photographs to be genuine and authentic.


My filmmaking, like my photography, is characterised by a documentary style. There are no artificial lights or actors; instead, real people with their passions and dreams are captured in their natural habitat. I specialise in promotional videos, portraits, short documentaries, and event films.


Using a drone in filmmaking or photography is a relatively new tool in visual storytelling. With this new perspective, it is possible to create beautiful, dynamic bird's-eye shots that often convey a sense of vastness.



When I was ten years old, my father, who was a professional photographer, taught me how to print a photograph. In a room illuminated only by a few rays of red light, I witnessed the emergence of an image on blank paper using only light and some chemical liquids. It felt like pure magic! Soon, I was printing my own photographs, and a passion was born.

During my studies in Political Science, I worked as a photographer for the Faculty Magazine, and I had a side job at FOAM (Photography Museum of Amsterdam). At FOAM, I found inspiration in the works of many different photographers and had the privilege of meeting some of the greatest, such as Don McCullin, James Nachtwey, and Mario Testino in person.

After receiving my Master’s degree, I began working as a photo-editor and photographer for a photo-press agency in The Hague. I covered protests, cultural events, and political debates, striving to find a perfect balance in form and content in every event I attended. My pictures were published in books, magazines, and all major national newspapers. After seven years of working in the volatile environment of a press agency, I sought other means of storytelling.

In 2011, I left my job and embarked on a career as a filmmaker. Alongside two companions, I co-founded Studio BiB (Beeld in Beweging). Our goal was to produce authentic, high-quality promotional videos in a documentary style. We now produce videos for clients such as Rijksdienst voor het Cultureel Erfgoed, the municipality of The Hague, and the Erasmus School of Law. In addition to these relatively large clients, I also enjoy working with artists and small businesses.

Personal Info

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Wouter understands the art of listening, structuring, evaluating and how to visualise it after all. It is always a pleasure to work with Wouter, because he fully executes his work out of passion.


Owner, Studio V&V
Wouter absorbs the story material with an open mind and a sincere curiousity without loosing his critical vision. In so doing Wouter manages to find original perspective and knows how to create beautifull images.


Rijksdienst voor het Cultureel Erfgoed
Wouter knows how to tell a visual story. He knows how to find the fine balance between content and form. Every assignement is made into a visual enjoyment and is spot on concerning the target audience.


Web Developer, Scriptum


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