Sander de Wilde is a versatile photographer in Brussels.
He shoots portraits and stories for professionals.

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Sander's often assigned by exciting international photo editors of Le Monde, Die Welt, the Guardian, Times Magazine, Psychology Magazine, Zetland, Zeit, The Wall Street Journal, Hearst Magazines and many others.
His self-initiated work gets published in titles like National Geographic, Politico, Knack, Humo, and many others. Commercial assignments like reportages and portraits are assigned through Getty Assignments or directly through brands and agencies for clients like  the European Commission, The Greens EP, DAAD, Koninklijke BAM Groep, Blue Line Events, Spoon publishing, Boehringer Ingelheim, CEJI, and so on. 

Sander's got over 20 years of experience in professional photography. He's a good listener, in order to implement the necessary background from the client into his portraits and stories. His personal philosophy is to focus on maximum  one assignment a day. He travels by bicycle or public transport when working in Belgium whenever possible. Otherwise he rents a shared car. Next to these assignments Sander also teaches photography, works as an artists in etchings and lithography, paints, and does analogue projects.

See the tearsheets for an idea of the diversity of his clients. Photography workshops, coaching and portfolio reviews can be booked on picsmentor.


Call +32(0)495793922 or reach out to  info(at)sanderdewilde.com  Follow him on INSTAGRAM @dewildephotoassignments, @dewildephotos (street) or @dewildegraphics.  

Photographer of portraits and stories from Brussels, Belgium.

Professional photographer based in Brussels Sander de WIlde is specialised in shooting portraits and visual photojournalism stories for editorial and corporate clients.
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