Several series of pictures
In the early hours of February 4, 1999, 23-year-old Guinean immigrant named Amadou Diallo was fatally shot by four New York City Police Department officers. The officers fired a total of 41 shots, 19 of which struck Diallo, outside his apartment at the Bronx. The four officers were charged with second-degree murder. On February 25, 2000, after two days of deliberation, a jury in Albany New York acquitted the officers of all charges. The following day a rally to protest the verdict more than 2,000 protesters sweeping down Fifth Avenue. Some held their wallets in the air, yelling, ''This is not a gun,'' referring to testimony by the four white officers who said they shot Mr. Diallo, because they mistook a wallet he held for a gun.
Started with a picture for the Pink Ribbon breastcancer campaign, now a series of fragile pictures of professional models.
Verbreding van de Westtunnel in Amsterdam Centraal Station, Sinterklaasavond - 5 dec. 1998.
In de jaren negentig werd een groot gedeelte van het Amsterdamse havengebied ontwikkeld tot woonwijken. Deze serie over de bouw van het Java-eiland is analoog gefotografeerd in 1996.
Mosaics of several polaroid portraits on Polaroid 600 film
Behind the scenes, washing elephants
3 rolls of film, 20 minutes, 1 model: pure photography
Details of Polaroids
Selection of pictures with different techniques