About ZEPHYR Series

A new series of works by Danielle Kwaaitaal (1964, Bussum)

Kwaaitaal is already working for years steadily on an extensive photographic oeuvre in which she thematizes water. Her most recent underwater series Florilegium and Ultraviolet certainly did not go unnoticed, they have been purchased by corporate and private collections in NL and abroad.

A seemingly casual collection of glass bottles defines the image of her latest work Zephyr. Old glass, from the so-called archaeological finds, dating back to the 17th and 18th century; Haarlem oil bottles, Gimbon bottles, medicine bottles, an old hip flask and vintage perfume bottles. Traces of the past, irregularities and iridescent glass provide special reflections and unexpected distortions.

Like her previous series, Zephyr has an unmistakably painterly touch, due to a com-plex production process.

The Zephyr series have become 'group portraits', in which each individual bottle is partly shaped by the specific characteristics of the other bottles.

Sharpening your eyes and look again, does not make a difference; it even reinforces the natural acceptance that glass under water looks like this.

Nothing is less true; it is the sharp eye of Danielle Kwaaitaal who has given these bottles a second life with her choices, colors and composition

Available works: Yes, limited.

The Zephyr Series is currently being worked on. New works will be available soon. Please contact studio Danielle Kwaaitaal for sizes, prices and framing options. Studio Danielle Kwaaitaal ships her work worldwide in professional handmade crates. For inquiries please sent a message to danielle@daniellekwaaitaal.nl

By Francis Boeske

“What you see is what you get”

But what if what you’re seeing can’t be comprehended?

Ultraviolet, the latest series of works by Kwaaitaal embodies that aspect: familiar objects (glass vases and ceramic jars) with dissipating monochromatic tones that deviate from anything recognizable and are unlike anything you’re seen before.

In previous years, Kwaaitaal has created other series of works in which the subjects gain meaning only when submerged in water.
Ballerinas in a swimming pool from the series Whispering Waters. Flowers were the subjects of the series Apres Nous Le Déluge, Black-out, and Florilegium.

Flowers have an inherent sense of beauty and their own unique innate colors. Kwaaitaal has no real control over how a flower blooms when it floats submerged in water, unfettered by gravity. She can only wait for moments that fully catch her eye.

Her most recent series, Ultraviolet, was created inside an aquarium filled with water. The objects used are always heavier than water and will eventually land on the bottom. Only air bubbles that can be seen here and there give us a hint about where they are.

Glass and ceramics do not flow naturally, not even when submerged in water. This is the first time that Kwaaitaal’s refined, decisive perception as an artist becomes evident.

The choice in shapes and outlines of the objects used lies at the heart of the Ultraviolet series, followed by the choice of materials: transparent or explicitly solid. Above all, the composition is what matters. Shades of light and dark, translucent or opaque, the spaces created by the compositions of all objects together, as well as empty spaces.

We do not observe any of this without any introspective deliberation or rearranging, as the end result embodies a natural cohesion not dissimilar to that of the bouquets of the Florilegium series.

The sensation of observing natural “landscapes” is sometimes taken even further as several works from this series have also been printed horizontally.

Once again, Kwaaitaal has sought out new technical challenges. The works were created by superimposing the same image multiple times onto itself. This saturates the color, and by superimposing an image multiple times, an image shift of just a few millimetres takes place.
The viewer is put on edge by this almost imperceptible grunginess, which explains unequivocally the title of this series.
Ultraviolet light consists of electromagnetic radiation situated just outside the visible spectrum, yet it is still visible to the human eye.

Light consists of light waves, and when the wavelengths or frequencies are the same, this is called “monochromatic light”. In nature, color is determined by “polychromatic light”, as these wavelengths or frequencies are different. When this phenomenon occurs, we only see one single color, but these works consist of the addition of multiple monochromatic colors.

By only utilizing shapes and “apparent” hues, Kwaaitaal walks down a path that at first sight seems to be rather minimalistic, but of which the barely visible views along the way are decidedly rich.

Available works: Yes, limited.

Ultraviolet Series is almost sold-out. Only a few works are still available. Please contact Studio Danielle Kwaaitaal for sizes, prices and framing options. Studio Danielle Kwaaitaal ships her work worldwide in professional handmade crates. For inquiries please sent a message to danielle@daniellekwaaitaal.nl

Video work commissioned by Lowlands Festival, for the main stage, 2018 edition.



Danielle Kwaaitaal photographs flowers SUBMERGED IN WATER. Their COLORS get new names and become more VIBRANT, giving the flowers a surreal, MAGICAL appearance. Twan Janssen visited her in her studio in Amsterdam.

In the past, you photographed female bodies, and now flowers…

In 2015, I began my research into flowers. The female body played a central role in my work before, but after that, I felt that it was time to focus on something else.

Do you consider flowers to be a kind of poetic allusion to the human body?

Perhaps, but for me, it was really a logical continuation of that. But I do not regard these flowers as imagery that could replace that of the female form. This series of photographs follows a major project with models who were submerged underwater in a swimming pool, really a very large production. Not just any pool, but one with a depth of five meters, with a large group of models. I was yearning to do something smaller as a reaction to that, to create works in the intimate space of my own studio. I wanted to have this sense of closeness once again, to connect with my own works on a more personal level. I can be quite mesmerized by surfaces. Nerves, structures, how different parts blend into each other. This series of works is very much a continuation of that. Especially the surface and tactility of the flowers have stimulated me to get started on this project. I feel as if the subject has invited me personally.

Why submerged in water?

To me, water signifies weightlessness and the absence of time. I feel that it is a medium that allows me to turn reality upside-down. I’m not that interested in reality; I want to represent reality in in a way that would probably not exist without my involvement. To me, the flowers I photograph underwater are clearly connected with a part of the art history, “Dark Romanticism”. The works of Caspar David Friedrich and William Turner are very famous examples of that. It was very much the polar opposite of the Enlightenment, in which humankind wanted to dominate nature as it saw fit, to really control it.

To chain the beast of indomitable nature.

In spite of that, I also associate your photos with early botanical drawings, which aimed to categorize nature, to learn about it and understand it as much as possible, while your works do not have such intentions. Rather, they give me a sense of wonder, and a boundless fascination with the beauty of a single moment in time.

My work is never about capturing something in that way, or at least not retaining it. The series ‘Florilegium’ is a throw-back to botanical drawings from the 17th century, but I think that the difference with these is that my works do not try to document something; it is more about observing and then releasing something. It is my interpretation of a reality, not its documentation. With my works, I create a reality that does not exist but will be regarded as if it did. Perhaps it is a very reasonable proposal for an alternate reality. All of us are familiar with the pulsating intensity of a television screen. I attempt to bring a part of that to these images, which expressly present themselves as being part of nature. I have developed a technique through which I can translate this intensity into my photos. Rather than being lit up by an external light source, the flowers in my works seem to radiate light themselves.

You photograph flowers “in their prime.” They exist before then, but we only become interested in them once they’re in bloom, after which we lose all interest in them.

When taking photographs of submerged flowers, something else occurs.
Because they are submerged in water, they are not exposed to oxygen. Due to this, the flowers I use in my work have lifespans that are multiple times longer. Their lifespan is expanded twice, in reality, and eventually also through my works. There is only one single print of each photo in existence, in the same way that each human or each flower is unique. It is fair to say that in this way, it could also be an homage to life, because everything that cannot be repeated may be the most valuable.spired by Dutch botanical drawings from the 17th Century. Bundled in book these drawings are also known as “Florilegium".  
Available works: Yes, limited.

All works of the
Florilegium Series (2017- 2018) are an edition of 1+1 Artist Proof. Only a 5 works are available limited editions. Interested? Please contact Studio Danielle Kwaaitaal for sizes, prices and framing options. Studio Danielle Kwaaitaal ships her work worldwide in professional handmade crates. For inquiries please sent a message to danielle@daniellekwaaitaal.nl

About:  BLACK OUT Series was created in 2017 and first shown at Francis Boeske Projects in Amsterdam. After that several works have been included in various exhibitions worldwide.
Available works: Yes, limited.

All works of the BLACK OUT Series (2017- 2018) are unique. Series is almost sold out, only a few works (in bigger sizes) are still available. Please contact Studio Danielle Kwaaitaal for sizes, prices and framing options. Studio Danielle Kwaaitaal ships her work worldwide in professional handmade crates. For inquiries please sent a message to danielle@daniellekwaaitaal.nl

Commissioned Portraits    

Commissioned Portraits


About: Since 2012, the year in which I created Hidden Series, I portray children on assignment. l take children's portraits very intuitive, and I often see at a glance how I want to capture a child. For me the personal contact with the child is crusial, I like sharpness and focus, but also like to embrace unexpected moments. That's why all my children's portraits have their own signature and uniqueness. The photoshoot can take place on location as desired. Costs per portrait are from € 2.250,-. The picture will be signed and professionally framed with museumglass and is UV protected. Please send a message to Danielle@daniellekwaaitaal.nl for more information and available dates.

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Behind the Scenes



Following her studies at the fashion academy, DANIELLE KWAAITAAL (1964, Bussum) completed her studies at the Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam in 1991. With her graduation project Bodyscapes, she was well ahead of her time. Kwaaitaal, who has been experimenting with the computer program Paintbox since the 1980s, is a pioneer in the field of digitally manipulated photography. Her project certainly did not go unnoticed, as the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam (Municipal Museum) immediately purchased a work from the series.

One year later, Kwaaitaal had her first solo exhibition at the Bloom Gallery in Amsterdam, which in those days was a prominent gallery and a very important platform for young talent. Around the same time, she caused a stir as a VJ in metropolitan clubs, such as Escape in Amsterdam and in Ibiza. In 2004, documentary filmmaker Jenne Sipman portrayed her as one of the driving forces of the house scene of the nineties.

International recognition followed shortly thereafter. Kwaaitaal's work could be seen in many solo and group exhibitions. Whispering Waters (2009) in the Groninger Museum can be considered Kwaaitaals programmatic calling card. Three themes were featured, encompassing her entire oeuvre: skin, gravity, and - perhaps the most significant - her relationship with the art of painting.

Hidden Series (2012) was the title of her solo exhibition at the Museum Foundation, where she presented portraits of 12-year-olds, among others. In this series, Kwaaitaal focused on identity, intimacy, and emerging beauty.

Photo Festival Naarden selected Kwaaitaal's series Apres Nous Le Déluge for its 2015 edition. The series of still lifes of flowers, for which this time Photoshop was not used, had an unmistakably painterly touch.

In 2016, the artist exhibited photos in the Drents Museum with a new series of photos titled ABOVE & BEYOND. For this exhibition, she collaborated with fourteen other artists from various disciplines.

In 2017 and 2018, flowers continued to be a significant theme in her work, as she worked exclusively on her underwater still lifes series BLACK OUT and FLORILEGIUM. These series have been exhibited frequently, and works from it have been sold in the Netherlands as well as abroad. The book FLORILEGIUM, which is completely dedicated to this extensive series, is expected to be published at the end of 2020.  
In her new underwater series ULTRAVIOLET (2020), Kwaaitaal goes in a completely new artistic direction. Flowers have given way to glass vases and ceramic jars. She focuses on her choice of the shapes and contours of the objects, followed by her choice of materials; transparent or solid. We can see subtle shades of light and dark, translucent and opaque. These works are created with a true painter's eye. With Ultravoilet, Kwaaitaal appears to move further and further away from her initial medium, photography. This might be why many view this series as an important moment in her artistic development; her Magnum Opus.

Danielle Kwaaitaal's works are part of several collections of museums and companies in the Netherlands and abroad. Multiple works from the Florilegium and Ultravoilet series were recently acquired for the extensive art collection of the Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations. Apart from autonomous work, Kwaaitaal also takes on commission work. Her commissioned pieces range from intimate portrait photography to monumental installations. In 2008, she created Tracing Reality for Schiphol Airport Amsterdam, which covers 450 square meters of the glass facade near Pier B, and is seen by well over six million travelers annually.

Danielle Kwaaitaal is represented in the Netherlands by Francis Boeske Projects.



1964  Geboren in Bussum, Nederland

1987  Afgestudeerd aan Modeacademie Bijenvelt

1991  Afgestudeerd aan de Gerrit Rietveld Academie, Amsterdam

Woont en werkt in Amsterdam

Solotentoonstellingen (selectie)

2022  30 Years, Francis Boeske Project, Unseen Amsterdam

2022  Kwaaitaal / Tallova, Francis Boeske Projects, Art Rotterdam

2022  STILL WATER, Michele Schoonjans Gallery, Brussels, Belgium 

2021  Art the Haque (Artist of the year) Francis Boeske Projects Den Haag

2021  Zephyr Series, UNSEEN Fotobeurs, Francis Boeske Projects, Westergasfabriek Amsterdam 

2021  Silent Water, Galerie Janknegt, Laren 

2020  Art Rotterdam, met Kiki Lamers, Francis Boeske Projects, Rotterdam

2019  Danielle Kwaaitaal, Rasson Art Gallery, Tournai, Belgium

2018  Florilegium, Artist First! Amsterdam 

2017  BLACK OUT, Francis Boeske Projects, Amsterdam

2017  Danielle Kwaaitaal & Kiki Lamers, Code Artfair, Copenhagen

2015  From the Vaults,  Nederlandsche Bank Amsterdam

2015  Danielle Kwaaitaal, Kunstgemaal Bronkhorst

2013  BLACK and other Colors (Popup) in samenwerking met ontwerper Marc de Groot, Amsterdam

2012  Hidden Series, Kasteel Nijenhuis, Heino

2011  Danielle Kwaaitaal, Flatland Gallery, Utrecht

2010  Studies of Falling Angels, Torch Gallery Amsterdam

2010  Whispering Waters, CDA Projects, Istanboel, Turkije (cat.)

2010  Whispering Waters, Casa Dell'Arte Gallery, Torba, Turkije

2009  Whispering Waters, Temporary Gallery, keulen

2009  Danielle Kwaaitaal, Selected video-works, Monkey Island Artspace, Keulen

2007  Liquid, Gasunie, Groningen

Groepstentoonstellingen (selectie)

2022  Vorm aan de Vecht, Buitenplaats Doornburgh, Maarssen (cat.) 

2021  Xmas - marQt, Art Gallery O-68, Velp

2020  Broken Dreams, Can Elgiz Museum of Contemporary Art, Turkije

2020  Fotofestival Schiedam, Galerie 158, Schiedam. 

2020  Pink by quand les fleurs nous sauvent, galerie Joseph-Charlot, Parijs

2019  Pan Amsterdam, Lang Art, Amsterdam 

2019  Flora, Galerie 158, Schiedam 
2019  Fotofestival Naarden, Naarden Vesting

2019  Biennale Genova, Palazzo Ducale, Genua (cat.)

2018  KINO Nest, Ruimte voor Kunst, Den Haag, vertoning FLO

2018  To the Beat of My Own Drum, Nieuw Dakota, Amsterdam

2018  Art Rotterdam, Francis Boeske Projects

2018  The Future is Female, Parts Projects Den Haag (cat.)

2018  Bloemenlevens, Kunsthandel de Boer, Amsterdam

2017  Artist First, Francis Boeske Projects, Amsterdam

2017  Summershow, Francis Boeske Projects Amsterdam

2017  YIA Artfair Brussels, with Francis Boeske Projects

2016  Silence out loud Museum Kranenburgh, Bergen

2016  ABOVE & BEYOND Drents Museum Assen, cat.

2016  Dutch Identity, Nederlandse Portretfotografie NU, Museum de Fundatie Zwolle (cat.)

2015  Après nous le Déluge, Fotofestival, Naarden

2014  Droomkunst, Singer Museum, Laren. (cat.)

2014  Ongekend Kant Museum IJsselstein, IJsselstein.

2013  As Tears Go By, Galerie Cokkie Snoei, Rotterdam

2013  DISCO, Flatland Gallery, Amsterdam

2012  Zoet&Zout, Water en de Nederlanders, Kunsthal, Rotterdam (cat.)

2012  Parelen, Museum de Lakenhal, Leiden (cat.)

2011  DeLaMar Photocollection, DeLaMar Theater, Amsterdam (cat.)

2011  Acquisitions, Can Elgiz Museum of Contemporary Art, Turkije

2009  The unforgettable fire, Kunsthal, Rotterdam (cat.)

2008  Longstories, Torch gallery Amsterdam, (cat.)

2007  Vamos a Ibiza, Arti et Amicitiea, Amsterdam en Iglesia del Hospitalet Ibiza, Spanje (cat.)

2007  Behang van plint tot plafond, Coda Museum, Apeldoorn

2021  Florilegium, uitgeverij Hoogland & van Klaveren

2016  Above&Beyond, Drents Museum

2009  Whispering Waters, met voorwoord van Pietje Tegenbosch


2018  Kuroshoi (Black Tide) premiere Lowlands 2018

2013  Bodyscapes Cinema Zuid/Modern Times, Skindeep
EYE Filmmuseum, Amsterdam (met publicatie)


2012  Falling Angels, wandschildering, Menzis, Wageningen

2012  Video Remix Kunstcollectie Museum de Fundatie, Zwolle/Heino

2012  Siluce Moving in Dimensions Parelen, Museum de lakenhal, Motion Capture animatie i.s.m TU Delft

2011  Dromen van Nazar, folie op liftschacht, Bredeschool Olympia, Breda

2010  Liquid Diamonds, folie op glas, Prime Amsterdam

2008  Tracing Reality, 450 m2 folie op glas, BC corridor, Amsterdam Airport Schiphol

2018  Gweilo 2 kinderportretten, Hongkong (particulier) 

2012  tot heden.Diverse particuliere portretopdrachten (kinderen)

2014  The Grain Project, 18 analoge kinderportretten (particulier)

2014  Gweilo, 17 kinderportretten, Hongkong (particulier)

2013  Nespresso Campagne (landelijk, Billboards)

      Watersong, 3x boekomslagen

2012  Mirrored Series, 4 portretten (particulier)

2009  Whispering Waters, Groninger Museum, Groningen


2013  Fotoacademie Amsterdam

2009  HKU Utrecht

2009  Academie Minerva, Groningen

2009  Frank Mohr Instituut, Groningen

2007  Frank Mohr Instituut, Groningen

Beurzen (selectie)

2016  Mondriaan Fonds, werkbijdrage bewezen talent + opdrachtgever

2008  Amsterdams Fonds voor de Kunst basisregeling

2008  Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds, Tijlfonds


2013  Design Matters, Pakhuis de Zwijger, lezing

2013  GIRL, YOU'LL BE A WOMAN SOON, Symposium, Veejaying

2012  Art&Drinks after Work, Veejaying, Kunsthal, Rotterdam

2012  YiPArt fotoveiling, Campagnebeeld

2011  Depth of Field, visuele colom, Paradiso, Amsterdam

2009  Salon de L’amitié, een cultureel genootschap rondom Peter Giele, Initiatiefnemer, concept, fondsenwerving en productie, Arti et Amicitiae, Amsterdam

2009  Lezing over eigen werk, Utrechts Centrum voor de Kunst, Utrecht


2016  Fotoacademie, eindexamen commissie Amsterdam

2014  Menzis foto-opdracht

2013  Fotoacademie, eindexamen commissie Amsterdam

2012  Studenten festival Amsterdam (fotografie)

2010  Fotoacademie eindexamen commissie Amsterdam

Prijzen en Nominaties

2015  Photography Masters Cup, Nominee in Portrait, Young boy and his Cat

2014  Photography Masters Cup, 2nd Place - Merit of Excellence in Portrait, Capturing Giulia

2014  Photography Masters Cup, Nominee in Fine Art

Whispering Waters - Dione

2014  Photography Masters Cup, Nominee in Nude  FLO

2014  Photography Masters Cup, Nominee in Portrait,

Capturing Deborah

2013  The Spider Awards, Nominee Nude, Black Waters #5


Het Koninklijk Huis, Zijne Majesteit de Koning en Hare Majesteit Koningin Máxima.

Antoni van Leeuwenhoek ziekenhuis

Ministerie van binnenlandse zaken en koninkrijksrelaties

Drents Museum, Assen

Universitair Medisch Centrum, Utrecht

Achenbach Art Collection, Keulen, Duitsland

Groninger Museum, Groningen

Museum de Fundatie, Zwolle/Heino

Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam

Can Elgiz Museum of Contemporary Art, Turkije

Caldic collectie

KPN Telecom


Nederlandsche Bank

Van den Ende Foundation

Vitens Utrecht

Menzis Wageningen

Amsterdam Airport Schiphol

Gasunie Groningen

LUMC Leiden

UMC Utrecht

Erasmus Universiteit

DeLaMar Photocollection

Visser Bay Anders Toscani

Stadsdeel Bos en Lommer, Amsterdam


Dela Kunstzaken


De Balie

Akzo Nobel

Architectenbureau Marlies Rohmer

Torch Gallery

Dela Uitvaartverzekeringen

MOOOI / Marcel Wanders 


Heden Kunstcollectie 

Privé Collecties in binnen en buitenland

Bibliography (selectie)

2022  Fascinant Florilege, Alienor Debrocq, Le Soir

2022  Still Water, Eye on Photography, John Devos 

2022  Verstild Minimalisme, Pieter van leeuwen, PF Magazine  

2021  Verbloemd, VPRO gids Katja de Bruin

2020  Ultraviolet, Francis Boeske, GLAS Magazine

2019  Onderwaterbloemen, Twan Janssen, Residence

2018  Danielle Kwaaitaal, Elsbeth Grievink, Elle Bloemen (internationaal)

2018  Onderwater, FD Magazine, Michou Basu

2018  Botanische Beauty, Mirror Mirror Magazine, Sophie-Céline Hamer

2017  BLACK OUT Danielle Kwaaitaal, Parool

2017  Onderwater, Sacha Bronwasser, Volkskrant

2017  Binnen kijken Hanne Hagenaars, Parool

2016  Gered van de vernietiging Museumtijdschrift, Sebeth Snijders

2016  Nieuw leven voor afdankertjes Trouw, Henny de Lange

2015  Après nous le Déluge Ton Hendriks, cover-artikel PF Magazine

2015  25 jaar Photoshop Arno Haijtema, Volkskrant

2015  Doordrenkt van Schoonheid Renkse Derkx, Harpers Bazaar

2015  Après nous le Déluge Danielle Kwaaitaal, Focus

2014  Danielle Kwaaitaal Meta Struyken Style Indicator (online, NL)

2014  Selected by Jorge Margolles Noovo Editions (online, Spanje)

2013  Op de Huid Suzanne van den Berge, Jan Magazine

2013  Onderhuids Sarah Meulman, Voque

2013  Captured Caroline Brugman, Elle

2013  Collectors Tip Blend Magazine

2012  Danielle Kwaaitaal, David Stroband, Ons erfdeel

2012  Curated by Smile in Your Face (online, NL)

2012  Oude Liefde Machteld Leij, Kunstbeeld

2012  Verhulde Kwaaitaal, Tablau

2012  Op de Huid Karel Ankerman, Financieel Dagblad

2012  Fotografe laat modellen zweven Maaike Staphorst, De Telegraaf

2012  Tussen kind en vrouw Opzij Magazine

2011  Een voile van krasjes Sacha Bronwasser, De Volkskrant

2011  Whispering Waters Photo-art Magazine, Korea

2011  I Promise to Love you Roos van der Put, Kunstbeeld

2011  Kunst top-100 Riki Simons, Elsevier

2011  Belletjes in bad NRC, Marion van Eeuwen

2011  Lofzang op het vrouwelijk lichaam Jan Pieter Ekker, Het Parool

2010  Kunst top-100 Riki Simons, Elsevier  

2009  leven na de Roxy Renson van Tilborg, L’officiel

2009  Leven van Creativiteit Sara Luijters, Margriet

2009  Schoonheid is heel dichtbij Ilonka Leenheer, Elle

2009  De hollandse school Meta Struyken, NewStyle Megazine

2009  Starende nimfen Sandra Spijkerman, Trouw

2009  Mooie vrouwen op sterk water Isabella Werkhoven, Dagblad v.h. Noorden

2009  Jezelf zoeken Kim Bos, Vrij Nederland

2009  Danielle Kwaaitaal, Sabine Modder, Mocoloco

2009  Nimfen protesteren in de marge, Lennard Drost, Volkskrant

2009  Het Bureau van Danielle Kwaaitaal, Famke and Floor van Praag, Jacky

Televisie, radio

2021  Nooit meer slapen (over Florilegium) 

2015  Avro-tros KUNSTUUR (over Après nous le Déluge)

2015  Nooit meer slapen, VPRO radio (over From the Vaults)

2012  Kunststof TV (over Hidden Series)

2010  AT5, Studies of Falling Angels bij Torch Gallery

2009  Kunststof TV (over film project FLO)

2009  VPRO Radio de avonden (over Whispering Waters)

2009  NPS 4takt (over Whispering Waters)

2009  Avro’s Kunstuur (over Whispering Waters)

2009  AT5 Interview Tracing Reality

2007  Kunststof, interview

2007  Goedemorgen Nederland, interview

2007  Netwerk, about Vamos a Ibiza

Studio Adress

Studio Danielle Kwaaitaal       Agent for the Netherlands
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