Here are some more shots from all over Belgium from a weekend at my parents’ home in Ypres during the Cat Parade, and a weekend away to Dinant.
Outside of places in Belgium and South Africa, Amsterdam is the city Kim and I have been to the most often. We both love the cosy city centre, the great museums and the interesting crowd.
The first festival I shot, was the annual Christmas Rock Night in Enneptal, Germany. First time for me seeing most of these bands and great fun to take pics of Wolves At The Gates, I Am Empire, John Coffey, Icon For Hire, and Hawk Nelson.
When my friends Sarah & Thijs asked if I could bring my camera and take some shots at their wedding, I happily accepted. It was a great night and a great vibe.
Enter Shikari is the first big concert that I shot. And what a challenge: dynamic, fast, vibrant. So difficult to get a good shot out of that. I wasn’t that blown away by Your Demise, but got some good pics out of them.
Some shots from a weekend away with my awesome family.
I started listening to punk rock music in 1997 through MxPx. Needless to say that when I was able to shoot Mike Herrera in August 2010 in Belgium, I was super excited.
I’ve been a youth leader for several years. Here are some pics of the 2011 July camp.
For the course in Advanced Homiletics we had to follow a specific format to prepare a sermon. Since I had done an exegesis of Ecclesiastes 1:12-2:26 a few years before, I had fallen in love with this passage. Ecclesiastes encourages the reader to not think too special of himself, but at the same time to […]
In 2011 I was lucky enough to be able to go to Singapore for my work. Here are some of my impressions from the remarkable East-Meets-West mix that is this tiny country.
Raymond Hausoul and I edited a book, Je bent jong en je wilt God (“You’re Young and You’re Desiring God”) in which several authors tried to address hot contemporary topics for youth and youth leaders. It was published in 2010 by Medema. Writing Next to editing, I also wrote two chapters: A chapter on multiculturalism […]
I bought my camera in August 2010 and in September we went to Italy with a group of friends, it becoming my first extended playing around with my new toys.
One of the most challenging human experiences is suffering. Every human faces it (although not to the same degree), and most of us struggle to channel it. In his first letter, Peter encourages his readers to take an example in Christ and endure in doing good despite of this suffering, in the realisation that it […]
A group of Dutch scholars focusing on religious pedagogy compiled this work, showing the current state of affairs in their field and pointing towards the future. The book had a lot of promise but it didn’t deliver entirely. This review was published in the Nederlands Dagblad on Oct 13, 2009.
N.T. Wright is know for his “new perspective” on Paul but also is playing a major role in challenging contemporary thinking about the eschaton (the end of times). He points towards the new earth (and not heaven) as the end point and focuses a lot on the practical implications of taking care of this world […]
More and more the field of education is flooded by instrumental approaches: a lot of talk on how to educate, but not on what to educate and by whom. Masschelein wants to challenge readers to understand the need for an inner drive for teaching and the importance about thinking about content. For this fresh and […]
For a seminar in Historical Theology we had to choose a scholarly book. I choose to look at Jan Krans’ PhD dissertation on the different approaches Beza and Erasmus, two contemporaries, had towards conjectures in the New Testament; alternative readings of the Greek text that have no backing in original manuscripts, but that make more […]