I am an Interaction Designer based in Utrecht, the Netherlands.
As a designer I enjoy telling stories and through my work I try to provide insight into a concerning topic in a clear and simple way. I enjoy researching and analyzing a subject by finding its most interesting aspect and translating that into a no-nonsense design. In this way I can share the discoveries I did during my research and let people discover those for themselves.
Recurring themes throughout my work are natural phenomena and the influence of digitalization on our daily lives.
Interaction design at VPRO Digitaal
2017 - 2019
Interaction Design ArtEZ Arnhem, the Netherlands
Graduation project: Galactic Correspondence
Thesis subject (Dutch): De invloed van het alomtegenwoordige internet, digitale zelfpresentatie en online identiteit op het offline leven.
2012 - 2016
Internship at LUSTlab
Minor Physical Computing ArtEZ Arnhem, the Netherlands
Result: Surviving the Non-Place
Honours Programme 'Theory and Research' ArtEZ, the Netherlands
Thesis subject (Dutch): Het digitale zelf. De creatie, betekenis en beleving van digitale identiteit.
2013 - 2015
Minor Audio Visual, NHL University of Applied Sciences, the Netherlands
2010 - 2011
Communication, NHL University of Applied Sciences, the Netherlands
2010 - 2011 (year 1+2 achieved)
Interaction design for an interactive backdrop for Mr. Weazley during Luxor Live Labs at Innovate Arnhem, the Netherlands
Blogger for ArtEZ & Innovatie
2016 - 2017
Two-day workshop Interaction Design at ROC Midden Nederland, Amersfoort, the Netherlands
Talk at De Nieuwe Makersborrel #12, Arnhem, the Netherlands
Part of AbARTiges Kollektiv for live visuals
Participation Dutch Design Week, Eindhoven, the Netherlands
Practical assignment, Center for Architecture and Urban Planning Arnhem, the Netherlands
Student program at Philips Design, Eindhoven, the Netherlands
Performance 'Dit bij je vandaan' at Theatre at the Rijn, Arnhem, the Netherlands
Presentation thesis at Science Congress Leiden University (winner in category Society and Culture), Leiden, the Netherlands