VoyeurHouseTV : the original sticker album
[in progress]

“The question that you have is… what the fuck is Voyeur House?
Let’s say that this is a platform that is going to change your life completely.
Essentially, our project is a 24/7 live streaming platform. We have many modern apartments located in Europe and we let you see all sorts of action that happens in them. Think of it as «Big Brother» but with amazing X-rated action instead of cheap and cringey drama. [...]
Seriously, Voyeur House is all about providing you with unprecedented entertainment. [...]

This sticker album is the best (AND ONLY) opportunity for you to get your hands on your favourite characters and their belongings.
    3...2...1..collect, exchange & stick !!!”

a project looking at  objectification of bodies and intimacy,
the exploitation of people by the porn industry
and the audience responsibility.

the world should have been ours

How is it to be a young adult in Ukraine ?
Having grown up in the aftermath of the USSR fall, young people seemed to take back control of their future in 2014 during the Maiden revolution but what is left of this today ?
These were the questions I had when I left to Ukraine during the 2019 winter.

I knew a 21 years old boy from the Kyiv suburbs who was supposed to be my guide there.
When I arrived, the joyful guy I had met in Brussels was no more, he barley left home anymore, sleeping and smoking away the 3 months he had to wait to be able to get a visa to Europe again.
    "Here is not paradise but when you sleep, it is..."

What was supposed to be a journey full of new exciting encounters turned into a lonely wandering around Kyiv and my mind.
Something I wasn't expecting at all.

This book will walk you across the city, the past and present.

2019 - 2020

Welkom in Nederlands

Following a crackhead flower trying to attract tourists back in NL during these hard times.

︎ Den Haag


what used to be home

I grew up in a small village of about 300 inhabitants in Switzerland, we are surrounded by fields. Growing up, everything seems to be normal because it’s what you know and it doesn’t really come under question. I left this place two years ago and now w hat seemed to be normal, unoticable and boring isn’t anymore but in some way, it is these things that make this place home.

This series is a glimpse into the place of my childhood and the isolation I feel being back here during the lockdown.