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White Stills

I love minimalism - I love white, emptiness, soft shapes and textures, calming things for the eye. This is a collection of some white stills from the past few months. Taken on different locations while playing with tableware, glasses, light and shadows. A blank canvas - there's new things to come.
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Kit & Ace

Although I shot these photos a couple months ago, I still feel like sharing it here now. Over the past few months (or actually already before I went to Japan), I became drawn to a different kind of photography - as in non-food related. Something with people, more arty, maybe even something more challenging - [...]
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Aesop / Renee Kemps

Aesop + film

Aesop has been one of my favourite brands for a long time. I remember walking into one of their shops for the first time, into a cloud of unknown scents, and now knowing where to look. All their bottles and other products were lined up on shelves, the floor had these beautiful tiles, the sink […]

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At The Chapel / Renee Kemps

All the Whites – At The Chapel

Last weekend, Leslie and I went on a little adventure. It was a surprise for his 25th birthday, and I had hired an old MG for the day for us to go on a road trip trough the English countryside together. We would go all the way down, through as many forests as possible, to the Jurassic [...]
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Aman, Tokyo

Aman, Tokyo

It's been just over a month that we came back from Tokyo, and almost 2 months since that summer night at Aman. A perfect sunset. The interior lightened up in first a bright yellow, to change into a deep orange and finish with a blue hue when the sun eventually set. There were coffees, pre-dinner bites, and [...]
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Tokyo / Renee Kemps

Japanese Interior Crush

I have fallen for Japanese interiors. For all the minimalism, all the bamboo, all the emptiness. Traditionally, Japanese interior design was ruled by little daylight, lots of shadows, and naturally dark materials. However, these days whites and brightness seem to be as present. All come together in unknown aesthetic beauty, creating emptiness with what would normally fill spaces [...]
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