February 23, 2014

Empire unbound

We opened our email today to find these images of the first test print of the upcoming Empire book.

Made in collaboration with the brilliant designers at Atelier Carvalho Bernau, the book is a layered exploration of the project that combines travel writing and behind-the-scenes photography with historical essays and images from the Empire installations. Follow us here and on facebook to find out when it will be available (hint, summer 2014).

Thanks to our supporters at the Creative Industries Fund NL for helping to make this happen.

August 16, 2013

This is the end

After four years of shooting in ten countries on six continents, principle photography on the Empire project is wrapped.
Photo: The final frame from our work in Australia. Yeti, outlaw biker and an elder of the Nhanda aboriginal tribe, holds a framed picture of his beloved mother.  Stay tuned to find out how Yeti’s story ties in with Dutch colonialism…

This is the end

After four years of shooting in ten countries on six continents, principle photography on the Empire project is wrapped.

Photo: The final frame from our work in Australia. Yeti, outlaw biker and an elder of the Nhanda aboriginal tribe, holds a framed picture of his beloved mother.  Stay tuned to find out how Yeti’s story ties in with Dutch colonialism…

May 31, 2012

The people of Holanda


Behold! The second teaser for Empire: Migrants.

This time we take you to the village of Holanda, Brazil, where cousins married cousins for generations.

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