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SENSOA
- A brief selection...

Antwerp, 2004 - 2009

Sensoa, the Flemish center for sexual health, published a new and free magazine aimed at gay men that was distributed in LGBT entertainment venues. Launched in spring 2005.

Growing up in the 1990s with a lot of homophobia and almost no gayrights I soon became an active member of the guerilla style "Roze Aktie Front" ("Pink Action Front"), doing demonstrations and actions in Antwerp and Brussels to raise awareness and "claim" our existence.
I started shooting parties and campaigns for local gay venues and regional LGB organisations.
When SENSOA asked me to start working together I didn't have to think about it, it just felt the most logic next thing to do and I liked their straightforward (pun intended) thinking. In close collaboration we have changed the way of doing campaigns, maybe a bit schocking at first but the zeitgeist wasn't interested in yet another drawing of a condom in a pamphlet anymore.

SENSOA - commissioned work for public "sexual health" campaigns

Belgium, 2004 - 2009. A brief selection of visual works commissioned by SENSOA, the Flemmish "Sexual Health" organisation.

 

 

SENSOA
- A brief selection...

Antwerp, 2004 - 2009

Sensoa, the Flemish center for sexual health, published a new and free magazine aimed at gay men that was distributed in LGBT entertainment venues. Launched in spring 2005.

Growing up in the 1990s with a lot of homophobia and almost no gayrights I soon became an active member of the guerilla style "Roze Aktie Front" ("Pink Action Front"), doing demonstrations and actions in Antwerp and Brussels to raise awareness and "claim" our existence.
I started shooting parties and campaigns for local gay venues and regional LGB organisations.
When SENSOA asked me to start working together I didn't have to think about it, it just felt the most logic next thing to do and I liked their straightforward (pun intended) thinking. In close collaboration we have changed the way of doing campaigns, maybe a bit schocking at first but the zeitgeist wasn't interested in yet another drawing of a condom in a pamphlet anymore.