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Multi-disciplinary maker of exciting, remarkable and beautiful things, working at the intersection of brand identity and prop design.

Multi-disciplinary maker of exciting, remarkable and beautiful things, working at the intersection of brand identity and prop design.

WORK

As a photographer, I've had the good fortune to work with renowned online magazines including Mashable, Forbes, Cambridge University, World Economic Forum, Nasdaq and many others.

Regularly uploading to Unsplash and Instagram

As your partner, I'd make sure the journey is as rewarding as the destination

As your partner, I'd make sure the journey is as rewarding as the destination

As your partner, I'd make sure the journey is as rewarding as the destination

  • 01

    Introductions

    Let’s get this straight: I go big on trust. That's why, before diving into any new project, I’d like to have a quick chat. During this initial chat, I’m all ears as you spill the beans on your project scope and goals. I’m here to listen, ask questions, and basically hash out everything.

  • Proposal

    Once we've got a good handle on what you need, I crunch the numbers and map out a project budget and timeline for you to check out. This is where you'll see the lay of the land and have the chance to tweak things in the scope to fit your budget.

    02

  • The Contract

    Once we're all set to roll with your project, we'll seal the deal and collect a deposit. Usually, I ask for half of the project fee upfront. That way, we're both in it to win it right from the start. The rest of the payments will be spaced out as we go along.

    03

  • Discovery

    Every project kicks off with a laid-back get-to-know-you session. I don't have one golden question that solves everything about your brand. Instead, the aim is just to chat with everyone involved, soak up as much info as we can about your brand, what you're into, what you're not into, your goals, and what you expect from working with me.

    04

  • Moodboards

    Before I get into the nitty-gritty of the creative stuff, I like to take a step back and make sure we're all seeing eye-to-eye visually. That's where moodboards come in – they're like visual mood boosters I share with you. We'll chat about the vibe that clicks with your brand, and keep your favorites in mind as we get our creative juices flowing.

    05

  • Identity Design

    Once I got the moodboard thumbs-up, I dive into the design work. Crafting the initial brand identity usually takes around two weeks, but it can vary depending on schedules and all that jazz. You might get a couple of emails from me along the way to pick your brains. If you don't hear from me for a bit, no sweat! We're just heads down, grinding away to turn those ideas into killer designs.

    06

  • Presentation

    In a usual branding gig, I’ll toss around 2-3 identity options that are really beefed up and ready to roll. You'll get a peek at logos, identity bits, and some brand mojo all in one go—and ideally, I’ll shoot it over to all your key players at the same time. That way, I can snag everyone's first thoughts and gut feelings, but don't worry, I’ll also slide a PDF your way for a good review session.

    07

  • Feedback & revisions

    You'll get to check out designs, share your thoughts, see updated designs based on your feedback, share more thoughts, and then finally review the final designs for approval. If you need more than two revisions, there'll be a small fee—this approach keeps feedback focused and saves everyone time and hassle.

    08

  • Brand Rollout

    Once I got the green light on the brand, it's time to let it loose on the world! For a regular identity project, I’ll hook you up with all sorts of logo files, any important design goodies whipped up during the branding journey, and a nifty style guide. Usually, this is when I start rolling into other design gigs too—like building a website, crafting some branded merch, and cooking up digital templates.

    09

  • Think I’d fit your project?
    Happy to chat!

  • 01

    Introductions

    Let’s get this straight: I go big on trust. That's why, before diving into any new project, I’d like to have a quick chat. During this initial chat, I’m all ears as you spill the beans on your project scope and goals. I’m here to listen, ask questions, and basically hash out everything.

  • Proposal

    Once we've got a good handle on what you need, I crunch the numbers and map out a project budget and timeline for you to check out. This is where you'll see the lay of the land and have the chance to tweak things in the scope to fit your budget.

    02

  • The Contract

    Once we're all set to roll with your project, we'll seal the deal and collect a deposit. Usually, I ask for half of the project fee upfront. That way, we're both in it to win it right from the start. The rest of the payments will be spaced out as we go along.

    03

  • Discovery

    Every project kicks off with a laid-back get-to-know-you session. I don't have one golden question that solves everything about your brand. Instead, the aim is just to chat with everyone involved, soak up as much info as we can about your brand, what you're into, what you're not into, your goals, and what you expect from working with me.

    04

  • Moodboards

    Before I get into the nitty-gritty of the creative stuff, I like to take a step back and make sure we're all seeing eye-to-eye visually. That's where moodboards come in – they're like visual mood boosters I share with you. We'll chat about the vibe that clicks with your brand, and keep your favorites in mind as we get our creative juices flowing.

    05

  • Identity Design

    Once I got the moodboard thumbs-up, I dive into the design work. Crafting the initial brand identity usually takes around two weeks, but it can vary depending on schedules and all that jazz. You might get a couple of emails from me along the way to pick your brains. If you don't hear from me for a bit, no sweat! We're just heads down, grinding away to turn those ideas into killer designs.

    06

  • Presentation

    In a usual branding gig, I’ll toss around 2-3 identity options that are really beefed up and ready to roll. You'll get a peek at logos, identity bits, and some brand mojo all in one go—and ideally, I’ll shoot it over to all your key players at the same time. That way, I can snag everyone's first thoughts and gut feelings, but don't worry, I’ll also slide a PDF your way for a good review session.

    07

  • Feedback & revisions

    You'll get to check out designs, share your thoughts, see updated designs based on your feedback, share more thoughts, and then finally review the final designs for approval. If you need more than two revisions, there'll be a small fee—this approach keeps feedback focused and saves everyone time and hassle.

    08

  • Brand Rollout

    Once I got the green light on the brand, it's time to let it loose on the world! For a regular identity project, I’ll hook you up with all sorts of logo files, any important design goodies whipped up during the branding journey, and a nifty style guide. Usually, this is when I start rolling into other design gigs too—like building a website, crafting some branded merch, and cooking up digital templates.

    09

  • Think I’d fit your project?
    Happy to chat!

  • 01

    Introductions

    Let’s get this straight: I go big on trust. That's why, before diving into any new project, I’d like to have a quick chat. During this initial chat, I’m all ears as you spill the beans on your project scope and goals. I’m here to listen, ask questions, and basically hash out everything.

  • Proposal

    Once we've got a good handle on what you need, I crunch the numbers and map out a project budget and timeline for you to check out. This is where you'll see the lay of the land and have the chance to tweak things in the scope to fit your budget.

    02

  • The Contract

    Once we're all set to roll with your project, we'll seal the deal and collect a deposit. Usually, I ask for half of the project fee upfront. That way, we're both in it to win it right from the start. The rest of the payments will be spaced out as we go along.

    03

  • Discovery

    Every project kicks off with a laid-back get-to-know-you session. I don't have one golden question that solves everything about your brand. Instead, the aim is just to chat with everyone involved, soak up as much info as we can about your brand, what you're into, what you're not into, your goals, and what you expect from working with me.

    04

  • Moodboards

    Before I get into the nitty-gritty of the creative stuff, I like to take a step back and make sure we're all seeing eye-to-eye visually. That's where moodboards come in – they're like visual mood boosters I share with you. We'll chat about the vibe that clicks with your brand, and keep your favorites in mind as we get our creative juices flowing.

    05

  • Identity Design

    Once I got the moodboard thumbs-up, I dive into the design work. Crafting the initial brand identity usually takes around two weeks, but it can vary depending on schedules and all that jazz. You might get a couple of emails from me along the way to pick your brains. If you don't hear from me for a bit, no sweat! We're just heads down, grinding away to turn those ideas into killer designs.

    06

  • Presentation

    In a usual branding gig, I’ll toss around 2-3 identity options that are really beefed up and ready to roll. You'll get a peek at logos, identity bits, and some brand mojo all in one go—and ideally, I’ll shoot it over to all your key players at the same time. That way, I can snag everyone's first thoughts and gut feelings, but don't worry, I’ll also slide a PDF your way for a good review session.

    07

  • Feedback & revisions

    You'll get to check out designs, share your thoughts, see updated designs based on your feedback, share more thoughts, and then finally review the final designs for approval. If you need more than two revisions, there'll be a small fee—this approach keeps feedback focused and saves everyone time and hassle.

    08

  • Brand Rollout

    Once I got the green light on the brand, it's time to let it loose on the world! For a regular identity project, I’ll hook you up with all sorts of logo files, any important design goodies whipped up during the branding journey, and a nifty style guide. Usually, this is when I start rolling into other design gigs too—like building a website, crafting some branded merch, and cooking up digital templates.

    09

  • Think I’d fit your project?
    Happy to chat!

clients

RED BULL + MOTORLA + PHILIPS + VRT + SBS + VTM + FOCUS ADVERTISING + ONLYHUMANS + INK + ELLIS GIJSEN + HET VROONHOF + CINEMAPP + DINGIE + SOCLE + BUMP FESTIVAL + HET KLEIN BESTEK + LE PAIN DE SEBASTIEN

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