As a kid, my bedroom was right next to my dad’s darkroom and I spent quite some time discovering the magic of developping film and photos. Photography is a constant since he handed me his old Canonet camera in my early teens.
I’ve practiced photography in many different ways, from the crossprocessed lomo’s during the Visual Kitchen days to joining the ‘stadsbiografie’ collective, diving into black and white again, or getting into landscape photography with my Pentax67 for Mystic Land. And sometimes it goes even beyond photography, like I did with Universal Minutes, when I ‘painted’ with perished polaroids. The latest project I’m focussing on presenting now is ‘Marklin’.
all things photography are to be found at www.samvanoverschelde.be