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Artist  •  Illustrator  •  Explorer


I’m a visual explorer on a mission to make the world curiouser and curiouser.

I help people to look through a different pair of eyes

by highlighting the wondrous strangeness of our universe.


I previously worked with NEMO Kennislink, Achmea, BMGN, Betweter Festival,

Nieuw Tij Projectontwikkeling, NVMO, Rijkswaterstaat and Utrecht Tekent.


Scroll down to see some highlighted projects!

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Highlighted Projects

Beleef de Evolutie
Interactive Illustration

An ever-changing panorama highlighting the origin and evolution of life on earth.


Commissioned by NEMO Kennislink.

Made interactive by Bertrand Burgers.

Andere Ogen
Product Design

Inspiration toolkit with various visual effect lenses and challenges.

Commissioned by Rijkswaterstaat.
Made in collaboration with
Ammie Roeten.

With thanks to HKU-X

Op Zoek naar Leven
Interactive Illustration

Click-through space oddysey,

in search of extraterrestrial life.

Commissioned by NEMO Kennislink.

Made interactive by Bertrand Burgers.

Curiosity Capsule
Interaction Design

Mobile interaction at Betweter Festival, collecting visitors' future dreams and questions for science in a time capsule. 

In collaboration with Utrechtse Wetenschapsagenda.  

Gallivanter | Making Space
Speculative Design

Graduation project, researching our understanding of reality through scientific imagery. Combining various strange space phenomena in Planet 9, this project searches the limits of believability. 

BMGN Low Countries Historic Review

Two illustrations for the anniversary edition of BMGN - Low Countries Historical Review. Commissioned by Koninklijk Nederlands Historisch Genootschap.


Read the articles here and here

Every Object Tells a Story
Illustration | Artist in Residency

Artist in Residency at the Natural History and Ethnology Museum in Oudenbosch. Showing the collection through a different pair of eyes with twelve colourful illustrations. ​​​​​​​


"The museum's collection explains the world around us. What happens if you only know the world through the objects in the museum?" 


Exhibition at Huis van Betekenis


Armed with a flashlight, visitors went in search of a strange creature. 

"We know more about the moon than about our seabed. With 98 percent of water still to be explored, it is very likely that we will find life forms here that we did not think possible."

Move the flashlight to learn more about Homo Aquaticus!

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