Originally published on the blog of the Huygens Talent Circle, of which I am a Board Member Moving from a 9-to-5 (actually, make that 9-to-7), full-time job to an apparently freedom-infused freelancing career may sound like every bored corporate’s dream. Sure, it’s nice to sometimes wake up at 9 instead of having already answered a … More BLOG: Easing into Freelancing – A 5-step guide
[Originally published on the website on the now defunct The Underground paper and mentioned on its Facebook page] Eager theatergoers were patiently sipping on their beverages of choice in Korzo’s café, waiting for Blind – the Duda Paiva Company’s latest production – to start. The play’s director, Nancy Black, set an interactive tone by inviting … More ARTICLE: Blind at Korzo (The Underground paper’s website)
“For 11 wonderfully weird days, Amsterdam welcomes the fringe festival, a RAMBUNCTIOUS relative of the more established and, well, serious, Dutch Theatre festival” This article was one of the Arts&Entertainment features of Amsterdam Marketing‘s Sep/Oct 2015 issue of A-Mag, a magazine created especially for Amsterdam’s international visitors and residents.
“The artists have been granted total freedom” This preview of Chto Delat’s exhibition at the defunct SMART Project Space was in the Arts section of the also defunct Time Out Amsterdam.
[Originally published here, on the Masters of Media blog] In an age where the iPhone and similar devices have become staple accessories of an always connected global citizen, it is high time to track the origins of the mobile phone, its emergence as a crucial tool for economic transactions in developing countries and its ever-growing … More REVIEW: Mythologie du Portable (The Mythology of the Cell Phone)