Of Not Such Great Importance

A fictional narrative short film about uncertainty.

Like many others, Davide has come to Berlin to escape the depressing state of his home country, Italy. In Germany, he hopes to separate his past from his future; to find meaning in the meaningless; to turn water into glue. Instead, as many others do, he ends up in a permanent state of impermanence and indecision. Should he keep postering forever or change his course now? Move back to Liguria or stay in Friedrichshain? Order a marinara or a capricciosa? An offbeat comedy that explores life in the crack between leaving home and finding your place.

Written & Directed.
Produced by Untitled Production, Hilife Cinematography and Collectivo Colmena.
Poster design by Modem Studio.

On Tempelhofer Feld

A photography/architecture publication about the former Berlin airport’s new destination.

Tempelhofer Feld, the former inner-city airport of Berlin, has for several years been the stage for an ongoing contestation at all levels of society. The question of what to do with such an immense open space of four square kilometers in the middle of the city has unleashed an unprecedented chain of actions and reactions.
By going through the field’s recent history, situating it in the context of Berlin’s turbulent past, laying out the socio-demographic situation of the surrounding neighborhoods, focusing on urban development, and discussing master plans that “weren’t meant to be,” On Tempelhofer Feld reflects on the interaction between spatial practice and pressing societal concerns.

Photography concept and realisation
in cooperation with Wouter De Raeve
Published by Spector Books

Blue Birth

A mid-length documentary about director Gust Van den Berghe’s arduous coming of age in bringing his feature film Blue Bird to life.

After the succes of his first feature film saluted at Cannes, Little Baby Jesus of Flandr, director Gust Van den Berghe travels to Africa to film a parable inspired by Maurice Maeterlinck’s hundred year old theatre play L’oiseau bleu. Bewildered by their way of living, he casts the members of a local village from the hinterland of Togo and confidently starts production of his film. But tragic events will turn the villagers against him and change the course of the project drastically. Until what point can one defy circumstances in name of an artistic vision? A story in the form of a thriller taking place in a remarkable African dreamscape.
Written, directed and edited
Premiered at the Tallin Black Nights Film Festival 2015

Plot Pool

An experimental documentary for artist duo Sarah&Charles’ solo exhibition An Unbelievable Truth

Plot Pool portrays the working process of Sarah&Charles previous film Plot Hole blending several locations, moments in time and rushes of their film into one chain of events. Fictious subtitles add suspense, further stimulating the imagination of the viewer.
Written, filmed & edited
in cooperation with Sarah&Charles
Images by Kristof Vrancken

Strip it down – Bright Entity (BBrince)

Music Video by alter ego BBrince

BBrince is a descendant of the Youtube Age, using a variety of consumer cameras, found footage, glitches and artifacts, and a Do-It-Yourself attitude as tools for his creations.

This video for the Brussels based duo Bright Entity recycles images produced by the infomercial channel Juwelo, transferring their value from commercial to cultural.

Concept, directed and edited

État des lieux


État des Lieux was a “reflective intervention” in various public spaces in Brussels, Belgium. It explored how philosophers, sociologists and other thinkers could enlighten our understanding of public space.

For every of the 6 events a specific scenography was created by BC-architects & studies which incorporated a video or photography concept, related to the location and the subject of the lecture.
Video/photography concept and realisation
(in cooperation with BC-architects and Wouter De Raeve)

Tempelhofer Feld I-V

Five books in an edition of three produced at the end of the research program AIR Berlin Alexanderplatz. They gather the considerable quantity of photographic material and interviews on Tempelhofer Feld, produced during the residency.
Photography concept and realisation
(in cooperation with Wouter De Raeve)
Presented at Galerie Valerie Traan Antwerp 2013-2014



In celebration of 20 years existence of the in Brussels located day center for the homeless Hobo five participants were photographically documented.
The project included a video testimony of several participants.
Photography concept and realisation
Presented at Daarkom, Brussels 2012
Video work presented at Beurschouwburg, Brussels 2012

Painted Sky – Tape Tum (BBrince)

Music Video by alter ego BBrince

BBrince is a descendant of the Youtube Age, using a variety of consumer cameras, found footage, glitches and artifacts, and a Do-It-Yourself attitude as tools for his creations.

This music video for the single Painted Sky by Belgian band Tape Tum portrays the crossing of masculine gender norms. The use of different image qualities imitates a montage of found (internet) footage – known as a fanvid. This idea is reinforced by the launch of several commissioned fanvids after the release of the music video.
Concept, directed and edited


A project that experiments and observes the interface between the private, public, closed and open character of urban space.

Out of a garage in Graystraat in Brussels several actions took place, from basic interventions such as lighting the garage to a dance performance, aiming to intervene with everyday life of the passers-by. The research, actions, and interventions were captured on video and shown in three films presented to the public on site. The observations and conclusions were presented in a booklet illustrated by stills of the films.
Video concept and realisation
in collaboration with Laura Muyldermans, Wouter De Raeve and Siet Rae

Circles – Different Fountains (BBrince)

Music Video by alter ego BBrince

BBrince is a descendant of the Youtube Age, using a variety of consumer cameras, found footage, glitches and artifacts, and a Do-It-Yourself attitude as tools for his creations.

Circles is a music video for the Austrian-Venezuelan Brussels based duo Different Fountains filmed in the streets of Brussels and starring the fictitious outcast Madam May. May tries to connect with a world of strangers, including them in her creations.

Concept, directed and edited
in cooperation with Siet Rae


An experimental short film about subtle exclusion.

High school is a place where everybody is constantly observed and judged by others. Popularity is highly acclaimed and no friends are certain. By experiencing this small world through the eye of a cell phone the spectator connects to the fragile feelings of a 12- year old but becomes a voyeur and judge at the same time.

Directed, filmed & edited
in collaboration with Jacoba Cuppens, Zoë Derks & Anna Franziska Jaeger