Interview with Man Met Bril Coffee

A brand with glasses

Man Met Bril Interview

During the interview, the machine manifests its presence by making a few sporadic clicks. Is it warm yet? I wonder. Can I please, please have a cup

Does it really take an hour to warm up? I ask, nonchalantly. Am curious, and admittedly, fishing a tiny bit for a coffee.

Ah yes, it’s ready, says Paul, picking up my hint with a laugh. Want a cup?

I watch in silent horror as Paul grinds coffee and throws it out repeatedly. Why is he throwing away fresh ground coffee? Why, WHY?

There’s residue coffee from a previous batch, he says. Better not to mix it.

I nod in resignation. We’re not seeing that coffee again.

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Interview with Joranne and Bas from Memory Lane

Memory Lane Rotterdam
It’s about memories
A la recherche du temps perdu. It was the title of this 7-tome French novel that inspired Joranne and Bas to name it as such. A scene involving a melancholic narrator, a madeleine and a cup of tea.  Read more…

Performr – Website

Performr benefits






Performr website

My contribution: web copy and infographic concept & copy


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Performr – business identity


Project: Performr business identity & visual identity

My contribution: name, brand strategy, copy, art direction for visual identity and trade show




Consulting and editing services for on-going projects



Dutch Dark


Project: Ongoing customer communication about brand and chocolate products

My contribution: copy for booklets and newsletters


[work can be shown during face to face meeting]

Flinqer business identity


Project: Business identity and website for Flinqer

My contribution: Business identity, business story and web copy.


[work can be show during face to face meeting]

Exact brand book

beingexactProject: Exact’s new branding employee campaign – brand book

My contribution: concept, copy, art direction


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GLC Munich


Project: Global Leaders Convention in Munich, Germany

My contribution: concept, copy, artwork


Take a look! – part I

Take a look! – part II