Our 2017 jury is handpicked for their keen eye and individual photographic background, they will go at your photos from all angles.

Every year we try to bring you a fresh selection of Jury elements

Our jury elements are a very photography active bunch, please check out their work and learn more about them. They are photographers, educators, gear geeks… you have it all!

Fokko Muller

He is a Dutch photographer with a special interest in street photography.

" Street photography changed my way of looking into the world. I like being on the streets, seeing the interaction between people and hearing the fragments of their conversations. I enjoy showing people in their daily environment. I like you to take a closer look and wonder what is happening. Sometimes I want to make you smile. My photos are always made with respect for the subject.

I teach street photography workshops, I give lectures on street photography and I published my photo book "The Street". The best thing about street photography is that you walk out the door and never know what you bring home in your camera."

Vincent van Dordrecht

Photography began for him at a young age, like a hobby. That hobby soon became a passion and the way to express his creativity. 

"Since I have been a professional photographer, I gained extensive experience by working for many different clients. My expertise includes portraits, sports reports and travel photography. My new passion films bring new ideas, a different view on topics, inspiration and creative challenges. Every day I work with my cameras with pleasure and passion and never hope to let it go.

I do freelance work for: Telegraaf Media Group, Sanoma Media, Q-Music, Roompot Vacations, Made in Rotterdam, Veenman + and IN10"

Marc Haers

With his own vision of how the world works, Marc makes work that fits his own mentality. He focuses on strengthening and developing stories through finding depth and visual creativity. 

His priority is always with the people he works with for the purpose of making something that has not been done before. Marc applies this method in his portrait & conceptual photography, with the result that there are endless possibilities to create a dialogue between the creator, viewer and subject. 

His personal involvement makes for a beautiful marriage between the identity of his subject / customer and his own. This creates a body of work that does not simply consist of photos but pictures of one's own story.