Densely packed Asian cities are a photographers dream.
With lack of sufficient building ground, city planners are forced to think vertical and come up with some unique architecture.
Countless apartments with windows facing each other, thousands of people living in the same building without ever actually seeing each other.
The only natural element those windows offer is a look at the ever-changing skies above.
Author: Born in The Netherlands in 1983, I wanted to become a pilot from a young age on.
At the age of 20, I found my first job on the Fokker 50 turboprop where I flew under various contracts in local operations in Africa and Afghanistan. At the age of 23 I started on the Boeing 737 and at the age of 28 I joined my present airline on the Boeing 747 Freighter where I fly now for over 6 years.
Operating in a global network with countless of destinations, I find joy in capturing the beauty and the world from above with my camera. A great admirer of natural light, I have the best office and views in the world from 35.000ft, being able to capture everything I see. The global network also gives me the chance to visit many cities in the world and I find more and more joy in capturing the moods and atmospheres I find in every corner of this planet as well.