Here you can find an overview of my work. If all of this inspires you to hire me, feel free to send me a message at: firstname.lastname@example.org
I write both in Dutch and in English, about a range of subjects. But most of my attention for now goes to Dutch-language articles about technology, entrepreneurship and innovation.
I regularly interview entrepreneurs and technologists for the site Bloovi, about everything from bootstrapping to blockchain.
I also occasionally appear on DataNews (mostly in print), the technology magazine of Knack.
Some stories I covered:
- How technology impacts the local Belgian elections of 2018
- An article about how Bitcoin is governed
- A trend piece looking at ICOs after the hype
For the internationally-oriented MO* Magazine I write about technology, and occasionally Brazil (where I lived before).
Besides that I write for a range of magazines and sites.
Some other stories I covered:
- Apache: looking at if we will ban killer robots
- Ondernemers Magazine: the story of a sustainable entrepreneur
- OpenVRT: looking into generative art
I also write in English. Some of my work you can find below.
For Ozy Magazine I write about a variety of subjects, but particularly about technological trends. Sometimes I also try to explain Belgium to their readers.
Some of the stories I made:
- Sci-fi doesn’t have to be depressing, welcome to solarpunk
- A profile of an 18-year old, Muslim conservative thinker in Belgium
- A piece about DIY space projects
- An article asking if data scientists need to get an Hippocratic Oath
Some other English-language stories I got to write:
- BBC: What our science-fiction says about us
- Nieman Journalism Lab: “It is not hard to come into our tower”: Belgian public broadcaster VRT is connecting with young creatives
- Sierra Magazine: a profile of Javier Camacho, a Puerto Rican DIY’er trying to get the island’s lights back on
- Atlas Obscura: The Medieval Movement of Holy Women That Shaped Belgian Cities
- Equal Times: the story of a union-backed accelerator
- Undark: an interview with a climate historian