About Rick

From his early years, Rick has been busy with photography. At the age of 11, his father gave him a camera. Soon he started creating interesting works, even at his then young age. In time he became more mature in his work, evolving in what Rick’s work stands for today. Rick has been a photographer for over 30 years. In recent years, Rick also has taken up DSLR Cinematography.

Rick’s main inspiration for his photography was and still is people and nature. His preference of human beings with their unique individuality, blended in their natural ‘environment’, that is what Rick loves to freeze. Partly inspired by photographers like Robert Mapplethorpe, Helmut Newton, and others, Rick has created his own style of photography.

In 1999 he won the Kodak Professional Portrait Award in the Netherlands. Also, a Hasselblad ouvre prize has been appointed to him.

At the moment Rick is working on some interesting projects for several clients. Projects about portraits, travel, landscapes, architecture, culture, timelapse photography and DSLR cinematography. Also he is working on releasing a photo book.

For more information about Rick’s work or for new assignments & bookings, please contact us at this email address.

 

All works on this website are © Copyright Rick Wezenaar Photography. All rights reserved.

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4 Responses to About Rick

    martine jongenelen says:

    Hoi,

    ik kreeg zaterdag je kaartje op de elf fantasy fair, je hebt een foto gemaakt van mij (helemaal rode elf met rood gezicht) en/of van mijn helemaal groene of blauwe elfenkinderen… is dat genoeg omschrijving om me de foto toe te sturen?
    dankjewel!
    Groet, martine jongenelen

    Malou Vreeswijk says:

    Hallo!

    Ook ik heb een foto van mezelf terug gevonden van de EFF 2012 op zaterdag, onwijs mooie foto’s trouwens! Ik ben het meisje met het lange zwarte haar en de zwarte pony, gekleed in een rode jurk met gouden accenten, ik had een rode staf en rode ‘lijnen tatotoo’ op mijn gezicht en hals. Hoop dat de omschrijving duidelijk genoeg is ;)

    Groetjes, Malou