Hi, my name is Mitch. I'm a photographer and writer from The Netherlands. I have a monthly newsletter called ‘Dialogue’ about photography, walking and exploration. I also have a YouTube channel, where I share videos about street photography strategies and looks behind the scenes.
The glorious, life-invigorating act of walking
When I first landed on Craig Mod's website and read he describes himself as a 'writer, photographer, and walker,' I was a little confused. What the hell does it mean to 'be a walker'?
My six favorite Fujifilm film simulation recipes
I think we can all agree that Fujifilm's film simulations are amazing. That's why I have created six film simulation recipes that have been living on both my Fujifilm X100V and X-Pro3 for the better part of a year now.
Street photography in Greece but also taking a break
My phone screen wakes from an email: ‘extra information about your upcoming trip to Greece’, it reads. I peek out of the window to the left of me and see nothing but droplets on glass. The perfect time to extend summer just that little bit more.
One Two One
A black and white square-format photography project made during the winter of 2020/2021.
I focus my photography around personal projects. Most of which take between a couple of months or several years to finish. A selection of the ones I'm most proud of can be found below.
Thailand's culture of kindness saved us
Even after years of travel experience, we still had to appeal to the world-famous kindness of the Thai people to be saved from, what could be, a scary situation.
Alone in Las Vegas (and 2023 in review)
This is what the USA looks like from the eyes of a 31-year old photographer who's never visited the country before.
How I learned to embrace my quirks
When I turned sixteen, instead of getting my driver's license for a scooter (which was still as simple as taking a 1-hour theoretical test and paying 40 euros at the door), I bought my first computer for about 500 euros. It almost bankrupted me.
Please take ownership of your work. Nobody else will
It's been about four weeks now. Two hours per day, on average. Loading in the image previews, looking at the contents of the images, and titling everything based on the location they are shot in or the people pictured. Sometimes both. It's an endless stream.
This newsletter was part of a museum exhibition, here's how
Something special has happened. Let me take you along on the main events from September 2023. The first is this newsletter going physical, and the second is the addition of a new product category in my store.