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2009-2013: AKV/ST. Joost/ Bachelor Photography
2015-2017 : Master Artistic Research, KABK, The Hague

2012: Minor Fine Art 'art and politics' at AKV. St. Joost, Den Bosch, The Netherlands
2012: Between Art and Politics, organization of Round table discussion and symposium, Den Bosch, The Netherlands

2013: publication 'de vertelling van een kleine geschiedenis' (the tale of a personal history) (self published photo book, a collection of photographs, archival images and text)
2015: re-publication of 'de vertelling van een kleine geschiedenis'
2015: publication dummy '(a city called) Heerlen'

2011: Group exhibition 'Anders bekeken', Tilburg, The Netherlands
2012: 'Untitled', group exhibition at Ten Toon, Den Bosch, the Netherlands
2012: Exhibition 'Straten van Breda', at Kickstart Breda, the Netherlands
2012: Contribution of 12 photographs to the Stadsarchief Breda, the Netherlands
2012: Internship at Petra Stavast
2012: Internship at Ringel Goslinga
2012: Internship at Liza de Rijk (writing)
2013: Graduation exhibition AKV St. Joost, Breda, the Netherlands
2013: Kijk! Mijn Familie (Fotoweek) @Cultuurhuis Diamantslijperij (group exhibition,
with the project 'de vertelling van een kleine geschiedenis'), Amsterdam, the Netherlands
2013: A Sight for Sore Eyes, group exhibition, Breda, the Netherlands
2013-2014: Collaboration with HeerlenVertelt (non-profit foundation on collecting history of former mining city Heerlen)
2014: Portfolio featured on Newdawnpaper
2014: Online exhibition, Room 2; a trip to Aachen, to Nijmegen (..)
brought back to 4 images and 150 cm of digital scrolling at Submarine Jungle, Haarlem, the Netherlands
2015: Spread Platform/Platvorm issue 1.
2015: Art Deli meets Unseen, 18-27-9, Rokin 93, Amsterdam
2016: MAR exhibition, 4/5th June, Locatie Z, the Hague
2016: Conflicting Identities, June, Expoplu, Nijmegen
2017: Mar exhibition, January, 1646, the Hague
2017: Mar Graduation exhibition, July, KABK, the Hague
2017: Nomination Master department awards KABK

2018: May/June, (untitled), AT7, Amsterdam