Lightkeeping was made with a digital camera. The filmmaker was not interested in the camera’s ability to capture a realistic reflection of the landscape in front of the lens, but rather in the possibility of modifying the negatives of images captured earlier. Fragments of photographs that change right in front of our eyes are accompanied by excerpts from letters written by one of the pioneers of black-and-white photography, William Fox Talbot.
Born in 1986. Studied Media Arts. Works in the fields of video, graphic art, and interactive media. Became interested in the possibilities of transforming images while attending the School of Arts in Ghent. Has been developing this interest in his creative work.
2008 Weerlicht (short)
2010 Lyrische Data / Lyrical Data (short)
2015 i’ll Be Late for Dinner (short)
2015 Lightkeeping (short)