Corporate
Portraits

Selection of portraits, published in annual reports and corporate magazines.

Clients include; Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs/Agentschap NL, Pure Legal, Stadgenoot Housing Corporation and the Netherlands Institute for the Classification of Audio-visual Media.

The Portfolio

The Portfolio section of www.belloni.nl is a showcase of the latest work of photographer Bram Belloni. The work consists mainly of editorial photography, portraits and non-commissioned documentary projects, published by independent magazines and papers. In the Corporate category you will find a selection of photography assigned by corporate clients.

For recent examples of publications and tearsheets, please see the publications category in the News section.

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Other Featured Galleries

Reportage: 10 Years Nederlands Film Festival

In the end of september 2010, the 30th edition of the Nederlands Film Festival (Netherlands Film Festival) will take place. In this week Utrecht becomes Dutch capital of film for public and industry.

For this special anniversary year a small selection of 10 years festival photography. A view on dutch film; the red carpets, award ceremonies and the stars..

Project: Melting Pot

With writers Paula Yuen Lie Sie and Iris de Ridder and designer Marijn Kloosterboer, we documented the native culinary habits of over twenty new Dutch migrants. The result was a view in kitchens from South Korea to Venezuela and Tanzania to Bosnia among others. Bundled with recipes in a cookbook, published by Inmerc/Kosmos.

Portraits: New Dutch Film Authors

In 2009, the Netherlands Film Festival devoted special attention to innovative Dutch film authors in a programme called Dutch Angle. This programme put the spotlight on directors whose films are frequently programmed by international film festivals, but whose names are less familiar to the general public. In the future, Dutch Angle will be used as a label to promote new work and interesting directors.

Editorial: The University of Amsterdam

The University of Amsterdam, established in 1632, is with it's 30.000 students one of the larger universities in Europe. Beside it's educational programme, it gained an excellent reputation in fundamental and socially relevant research. And is, as an organisation, among the largest employers of Amsterdam. A small view of the university's daily practice, traditions and students, all shot for university weekly Folia.