Curriculum Vitae

Education
MA Film & Photographic Studies, Leiden University (in collaboration with the Royal Academy of Arts KABK), The Netherlands

BA (Honours) Photography, London College of Communication, University of the Arts London, United Kingdom

BA Visual Art, Erasmus exchange, University of Applied Sciences Bielefeld, Germany

ABC Diploma Webdesign, London College of Communication, University of the Arts London, United Kingdom

Selected Exhibitions
2014
Duo Exhibition: Heleen Peeters & Masayo Matsuda, Subbacultcha Gallery, Amsterdan, The Netherlands

2013
Group Exhibition: Ithaka 21 Monumental, Visual Arts Festival, Leuven, Belgium

2012
Group Exhibition: International Biennial Exhibition of Fine Art and Documentary Photography, Borges Centro Cultural, Buenos Aires, Argentina

2011
Group Exhibition: Open M. Staying Long Enough - Leaving on Time, Museum M. Leuven, Belgium

Group Exhibition: Ithaka 19 Onvoltooid Verleden Tijd, Visual Arts Festival, Leuven, Belgium

2010
Solo Exhibition: Amandla, Townhall Steenokkerzeel, Belgium

Group Exhibition: Show 2 “Power of Ten” London College of Communication, London, United Kingdom

2009
Group Exhibition: Digital Photo and Imaging Show, The Business Design Centre, Islington, London, United Kingdom

2008
International on-tour Group Exhibition: Argus Photographer of the Year, various locations in Belgium and The Netherlands

Awards & Prizes
2010
Finalist Nadar Award: Category Fine Art

3x Honourable Mention Julia Margarent Cameron Award: Categories Fine Arts, Self-Portraiture and Children.

First Place Profotio “childhood” competition

2009
Honourable Mention London Photographic Association “Story of my life” competition

2007
First Place Public Prize Argus Photographer of the Year

Second Prize Argus Photographer of the Year: Category Landscape

Publications
2013
Ithaka 21
64 pages (exhibition catalogue)

2011
International Biennial Exhibition of Fine Art and Documentary Photography
152 pages (exhibition catalogue)

Open M
120 pages (exhibition catalogue)

Ithaka 19
64 pages (exhibition catalogue)

2010
Amandla
72pages, self published, edition of 100

2009
Less Common More Sense – no 15 The Uncensored Issue
Poster inside Magazine