Illustrator and author for various printed commercial magazines and newspapers, including Computable, ComputerTotaal, Elsevier weekblad, Emerce, Esquire, FNV Bouw magazine, iCulture, Intermediair, NRC.next, PC Active, PC Magazine, Rails, Taptoe, Volkskrant en Webwereld.
Daily cartoonist for Nu.nl, Holland's largest news site.
Creator of the Seamour Sheep characters, comics and toys. The Seamour Sheep comic strip series was published in the Dutch national newspaper NRC.next, and became the second finalist in a comic strip contest for the Dutch national newspaper De Pers. The toys and two USB lamps were distributed worldwide.
Co-creator of the Tattletoons animation series for VPRO television. Tattletoons was the world's first interactive animation production, was featured in the March 2001 issue of Time magazine, and won an EMMA television and multimedia award at the MIPTV/MILIA festival in Cannes.
Creator of artwork ordered by Google's Calfornia head office and hung as a large-sized framed print in a hallway of the Android Building.
Illustrator for the French edition book cover of The Seedling Stars by the science fiction author James Blish.
Third prize winner at the yearly international Animago computer graphics awards, 2004. 1125 creatives from around 50 countries participated in the competition.
Born in Brussels, Belgium. Raised in the Netherlands during the dawn of the digital revolution, spoon-fed with computer audiovisuals (Atari, Commodore), roaming the internet since early 1993.
Member of the Digital Force International (DFI), a Commodore Amiga computer scene group that became well-known for a series of a capella rap songs.
One of the three Team Hoi members. Team Hoi was one of the very first Dutch game development teams, active from the late 1980s to the late 1990s, creating audiovisual demonstrations and commercial games for various 16-bit computer systems, such as the Commodore Amiga, CD32 console, MS-DOS and Windows.
Team Hoi's productions were distributed internationally on physical media: diskettes and CD-ROMs, before the dawn of the public internet, and reviewed in many printed computer magazines around the world. Published titles include Hoi, Clockwiser, Moon Child (nominated for the 1997 EMMA multimedia award in Cannes), Venom Wing and the music editors SIDmon and Digital Mugician.
Among Team Hoi's publishers was the legendary Thalamus, known for classic Commodore 64 game hits such as Armalyte, Creatures, Delta and Sanxion. Team Hoi also created the world's first two audiovisual demonstrations for the AGA Amiga computers: Planet Groove and Mindwarp.
Co-creator of the Mannetje & Mannetje animation series for VPRO television, at the former Comic House studio in Amsterdam. Mannetje & Mannetje footage has been used in media education as one of the very first completely computer-animated television series, and earned a place in the Dutch national broadcast museum.
Co-creator of the first custom-made computer game to appear in a (Dutch) television commercial, for Calvé peanut-butter, in 1992. It was also the first Dutch commercial with a length of one minute. After the commercial aired on television, the Calvé Peanut-Butter Power Game was played by kids in the popular RTL 4 children's matinee Telekids, where they could win their length in stacked peanut-butter jars.
Graphics developer for several Dutch television game shows in the 1990s, including 2 voor 12, Lingo and Telekids.
Editor of the first commercial Dutch Amiga magazine, imaginatively called Amiga Magazine.
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