connect now:

For a creative process to be successful, it needs to have moments of meaningful connection as well as periods of isolation. To guard this balance and to maintain focus, I am quite conscientious about how and when I communicate. My phone is always silent and I try to be disconnected when I’m creating.

I find that face-to-face meetings work best to make a meaningful connection happen. I have a preference to schedule meetings at the end of the morning or the beginning of the afternoon. When we can’t meet for coffee in real life, I invite you to step into my online meeting room on Whereby.

Do we have a meeting now?
Knock here, and I’ll let you in!

For a creative process to be successful, it needs to have moments of meaningful connection as well as periods of isolation. To guard this balance and to maintain focus, I am quite conscientious about how and when I communicate. My phone is always silent and I try to be disconnected when I’m creating.

 

I find that face-to-face meetings work best to make a meaningful connection happen. I have a preference to schedule meetings at the end of the morning or the beginning of the afternoon. When we can’t meet for coffee in real life, I invite you to step into my online meeting room on Whereby.

Do we have a meeting now?
Knock here, and I’ll let you in!

So, how to get in touch?

schedule a meeting

Pick an available 15-min slot in my calendar

(this feature will be available soon)

As much as I love a spontaneous encounter, we’re all busy, so planning has its merits too. To provide an alternative to the actual open door, I have allocated available time slots in my calendar, so you can schedule a short meeting yourself, using Calendly.

If you need to reach me urgently, a (written) question or message through Whatsapp is most convenient.

the old fashioned way (email)

Although I’m not a big fan, I do of course still use email ;-). For
attaching multiple files, or non-emergency messages, email works just fine. I usually check my inbox twice a day.

Slack (where work happens)

When we’re working together in a project that requires frequent
interaction, I prefer to setup a workspace or channel in Slack. If
your team is already on Slack, you can of course invite me there.

address

Leiden, The Netherlands

Leiden,
The Netherlands

I am located in the lovely city of Leiden, The Netherlands. With
plenty of meeting places that serve excellent coffee. If you need to send me anything, I will share my address upon request.

Eventually everything
connects - people, ideas,
objects. The quality of the
connections is the key to
quality per se.

— Charles Eames