For my “We’re Out!”-Projekt, a photographic journey through a changing Britain, I am looking for Brexit voters and Remainers, for people who plan to leave the UK or will stay here, Europeans, Brits, everyone who is open to share their story and is available for a portrait and contextual photo shoot.
I am not a journalist, I won’t publish what you haven’t agreed to, I am interested to document change that affects you and all of us. The photos and stories may form a book at some point and a collection of prints to show.
I’d as well love to document European or British daily life and community in the UK. Happy to travel. Please get in contact or send me a message on Facebook or Twitter.
Residential street in Barnet, North London. Fuji Superia 400.
Door near Brick Lane, Shoreditch, East London. Ilford XP2.
This giant flagpole was originally erected at the 1951 Festival of Britain by the Forest Industry of British Columbia and re-erected in 1977 by the government of British Columbia “to mark the silver jubilee of her majesty the Queen Elizabeth II”.
Fujifilm Superia 400.
Two men and one dog walking in the City of London. Fuji Superia 400.
Dutch people living in the UK at the One Day Without Us event on Parliament Square on 20 February 2017.
Dignitaries on Parliament Square.
Policemen on Parliament Square, London.
Europeans living in the UK, their partners, friends and supporters met on Parliament Square for a One Day Without Us flag mob and demonstration on 20 February 2017.