I am a photographer driven by emotion.
For me, there is a very thin line between all emotions. My work is about that thin line.
Poetry and photography are my media. In my photographic work, I combine portraits, landscapes and poetry so that they tell one story together. This way I show the different perspectives of a story.
My work is very personal, it is about how I see and experience the world around me.
This gives an image a deeper layer with a lot of emotion.
I use my personal experience and convert it into an image so that when you look at my work you suddenly think about a subject that you would normally pass by.
In my poetry I love using the meaning of every word in every different way.
I write about how we all hurry through life without stopping and enjoying the beautiful surroundings we all pass by on a daily basis.
I write about my feelings, my passions, the smallest of things, the big meaning of it all and my observations of the world.
There are so many words to describe a scene, so many ways to express yourself.
I love finding the right words to give something the power that it needs.
‘Depressingly beautiful’ is how one of Roeland Lenoir’s friends describes his images, and it seems an accurate fit. Behind the utopian colour which runs through the images there is a poetry of abstraction. His newest work, No Legs To Ground Us, on the Bottom that Shifts with Every Wave doesn’t so much follow a narrative as instead follow a distant but unmistakeable feeling. - Wes Foster, The Pupil Sphere.
- 'Spolighted Artist' selected by Pupil Sphere.
- Online Graduates Showcase by Pupil Sphere.
- HKU Exposure x Fotodok.
- White Rope Music
- Thomas Headon
- RISK studententheater
- David Chipperfields Architects
- The British Royal Air Force
- The Royal Academy of the Arts
Photo by: Lewis Khan.