Werner van Beusekom

Werner van Beusekom's journey into photography began at age 10 with a gifted camera, sparking a passion that led him to start his own business at 17. Besides photography, he's a brand strategist, author of 'Who is Accountable', and a part-time lecturer. Drawing inspiration from artists like Erwin Olaf, Gregory Crewdson, and David LaChapelle, Werner specializes in stylish, narrative-rich images. His work spans commissioned projects to city and landscape photography, with a particular love for staged, visually compelling scenes that blend fine art, staged art, and cinematic photography. Emphasizing labor-intensive studio lighting and meticulous post-processing, Werner aims for photos that captivate and momentarily transport viewers from reality, achieving recognition such as winning the National Geographic photo contest in 2019.

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