is a Dutch photographer based in Amsterdam which photographs are inspired by Dutch paintings from the 14th and 15th century.
“While photographing, I’m constantly making my eyes work, in multiple ways. They’re constantly looking for the thing that, in that particular moment, intrigues me most. This can be about composition or postures, but it can also be about contrasts or colors. The posture of the body does play an important part, but the surroundings in which the body is placed, is just as important. Nature and the human body are things that inspire me the most at the moment. You could say my intuition is making these choices.”
More about Lieke Romeijn and her works here.