Nick Franken Photography
Nick Franken is a Dutch Photographer. Nick sees photography as something pure and raw. “You have to experience a photo, you can love it but you can also hate it. As long as it generates a feeling! Every human being is unique, every human being is beautiful in his/her own way. Working with people and creating stories with them is the most beautiful part of photography.”
With over 14 years of experience in photography and retouching, Nick has specialised in portrait, commercial, editorial and corporate photography. What Nick’s work identifies is it’s narrative, raw, but balanced signature.
Dull, Dirty, Dangerous: How to love it.
We tend to have a preference for innovative startups and small agile entrepreneurs, when it comes to finding our game changers. But changing the game with traditional, long existing sectors, thát is one of our real challenges of today – especially when they have a certain stigma based on prejudgement.
In this workshop, we found someone who dares to set the example in a creative thinking workshop on imaging for a better world. This company may sound unknown to the most of us. It operates in a dull, dirty and dangerous environment worldwide… And has over forty-six thousand employees. The company assists governments and companies with the design, realization, use and maintenance of installations that use less energy. This will be an image-building-toolkit case in which you’ll work together with imagineers and of course, our case owner!