Den Haag, 1967. Lives and works in Den Haag Education: KABK, 1987-1992 Rijksacademie, Amsterdam 1996/1997. His work is about daylight and the surrounding architectural structure. It makes use of spaces that influence these aspects. These interventions may result in freestanding sculptures or sculptures fused in space. It is a language, a more complex and chaotic form of recent years that originates in today’s (visual) culture, which is becoming increasingly more complicated. There is a search for a personal balance of form in the core of his work. In the midst of distorted space choices, it seeks stillness; a stillness that occurs due to the sacred effect of daylight. This contradiction is a basis of his sculptures.