Photographers in 's-Hertogenbosch for Family, Vacation, Birth
Den Bosch, Noord Brabant
We know that families in 's-Hertogenbosch have tons of fun. When searching for the best way to capture family vacations, outdoor adventures, day trips, or even rainy days at home, look no further than the Netherlands Family Photojournalist Association. Here, one of our accredited documentary photographers can help you have a wonderful and authentic family photo session:
Map of FPJA Family Photographers Serving 's-Hertogenbosch
3 Available Documentary Family Photographers...
Marieke Zentjens loves to document life, love and happily ever after. Capturing moments that are telling stories is what she loves to do most. Her goal is to capture life as it is with love, tenderness, craziness and tears. In her free time she loves to spent time with her husband, their 2 kids and her friends. She loves a little walk in the forest, sunsets, fresh flowers, dancing in the rain, building cabins, Netflix marathons, Tony Chocolonely and wine .
Hiske came into contact with photography at an early age. As the daughter of an artist, looking at an image, composition and light was introduced. As an experienced lifestyle photographer, she has an eye for detail and knows how to create an atmospheric report. Her method is casual and journalistic, making everyone feel at ease. She lives with her husband, 2 children and 2 rabbits, who are her hobby in addition to photography. She also works as a volunteer at the Earlybirds foundation, which also gives her a lot of satisfaction.
I cannot say exactly where my passion for photography originated. For me, photos are valuable because of the memories they carry and the stories they can tell. My father used to have a darkroom in the attic, a mysterious place where my sister and I were not allowed to just come. But because of this darkroom and my father's hobby, I am lucky that there are entire albums full of photos with stories from my childhood. Besides the memories, I also have photos that belong to these memories. A precious possession, if you ask me. In the spring of 2019, I decided to change course. I felt I was just working and when I came home in the evening I had little energy left for other things. More balance was needed. In addition, I wanted to do more with my passion, photography. In recent years I have followed various photography courses and workshops. Also, I followed a part-time course in Photo Art at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp for 3 years. But now it was time to move on. I started to work less and to focus more on photography. That gives me energy, I can use my creativity and I can touch people in a positive way with that!