I love making films (fiction as well as non-fiction) about people, society and psychology. I don't like making movies that are purely entertaining, for me they need to make a difference somehow. Not every film I make can really make a different, but if 80% of my films do, then that would be great!
I began studying Audiovisual Techniques in 2009 at filmschool Narafi in Brussels. I learned a lot, but I found out that the study was focused too much on filming and editing and too less on directing and screenwriting. After my first year at Narafi I decided to take an admission test at the Royal Institute of Theatre, Cinema and Sound (RITCS) for studying Audiovisual Arts, which is mainly focused on directing. With a great interest in both cinema and psychology, I have always been passionate by making (and watching) movies with a therapeutic approach. For me it's important that a film does more than just entertain.