Sander de Wilde

Artist, Photographer, and Teacher in Brussel, België

Sander de Wilde

Artist, Photographer, and Teacher in Brussel, België

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Sander is a versatile and resilient artist. A photographer for both editorial and corporate clients, and a graphic artist doing etching, lithography and more, based in Brussels, Belgium.

His editorial work gets published in NYT, Le Soir, Le Monde, The Guardian, and many more.

His corporate work consists of portraits and reportages for NGO's or corporate clients.

His personal graphic work can be seen on GRAVOK.BE

Born Dutch he's addicted to Dutch 'drop' (black sweets), sailing, biking, ice-skating, cheese in all it's forms and life in general. He is pragmatic, quite direct, restless and practical: Traveling and living in Brussels learned him to be relaxed and less 'Dutch' , e.g. more European.

-Inspired by his father -an insect-photographing anthropologist- and his mother -a medical analist with a darkroom- Sander started photographing at 10.

After dropping out of university, doing army-time and having worked in the pro photo-gear business too long, Sander finally found the courage to follow his heart and visited the Royal Academy of arts at The Hague, studying photography. He worked in several photo studios before starting as a freelance photographer in 2002.

Moving to Belgium in 2008 changed his career towards photojournalism. He now uses his diverse interests for a wide arrange of purposes, like portrait-shoots , corporate and editorial assignments for international clients, autonomous artwork, website-design and more.

  • Work
    • Wild photography
  • Education
    • KABK the Hague NL
    • Cultural Anthropology