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Gordon Meuleman find his work on the streets. Always active and unobtrusive alert, Gordon Meuleman searches for the reasons of his fascination with humans. The interactions, reactions and current zeitgeist, but also the traces we humans leave behind. His photographs suggest stories to the viewer, but wil rarely reveal the real story completely. The interpretation of the viewer is as important in Gordon's work as the suggestions of stories in the same work. In addition, Gordon's free work has granted him several national and international publications and exhibitions, and has also given him the honour to join the Olympus Visionaries program.
Next to his free work, Gordon Meuleman also works as a commercial photographer for various artists, magazines and other clients.
"With a constantly dangling camera always on my shoulder the weight and small size of the OM-D is my first advantage on the streets. The small and beautifully designed bodies reduce the distance between my subjects and me greatly, as most people do not recognise these cameras as "serious" cameras and thus do not get intimidated by it. Which is something I've had happen regularly with bulky DSLR's. Not being taken seriously can be a great advantage to a streetphotographer."