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INDEX

introduction P 006-007 004

Nikki gonnissen P 128-129

documentary & Life P 008-025

people & portraits P 102-144

Ronald hooft P 064-065

Erik Kessels P 160-161

interior & exterior P 026-073

Still Life P 146-169

Pieter-rim de kroon P 080-081

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Bert Pot P 176-177

lifestyle & fashion P 074-101

student work P 170-207


INDEX

x e d ALL Entries

P 208- 227

credits

P 235

colophon

P 240

The Judges

P 228-233

ALL members

P 236-237

ads

P 241-256

the nominees

P 234

sponsors

P 238-239

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dutch light Introduction

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The PANL Board


Introduction

The PANL Board

18th SONY α

AWARDS

PANL was founded 19 years ago, in 1989, to represent a broad community of editorial, fashion and advertising photographers. It is an extremely visible and highly influential force in Dutch Photography. We gather together every year to celebrate great photography at our PANL Awards prize giving, this year in the magnificent Oude Kerk (Old Church) in the heart of old Amsterdam. The nominated and winning work is showcased in this book has been selected by an independent jury, composed of photographers and those who commission or work intensely with photography. Photography is their daily business and above all their passion. Their choice will hopefully stimulate and surprise you. This year, more than other years, there has been a more outspoken range of criticism by our invited contributors to the jury’s selection. Criticism that has created heated discussion within the PANL Board. On one side, there are some who feel that being too critical works counterproductive and is therefore unnecessary to make a point, while others believe that being sharp and critical should be applauded and encouraged. We collectively believe that the dynamic difference of opinion within PANL reflects a healthy and self-critical organisation. This year has been a year of streamlining our organisation. The increased workload, which is a direct fall out of our increased ambition, has had a direct impact on the back office as well as board members. To address this we have introduced a number of changes that are having a direct effect on the effectiveness and efficiency of both the Board members and the back office. Once again we are fortunate to have a strong supporter in SONY. Their global experience and insights to the world of photography has been an invaluable source of inspiration. We look forward to a flourishing and continuing relationship in the coming years. Like all organisations we have no idea of what the immediate future will bring us. However we in the Board believe that the active participation of our members will continue to make PANL strong and flexible in the coming years. This book is the second in a series of three. Last years Blue Book (17th edition) launched the series. It represented the open and inclusive mentality of our organisation. We strive to bring together the wide and diverse range of work created by our members. This year’s Glow in the Dark, White Book, focuses on the high visibility of our members work in the public domain. Next years book will complete the series.

The PANL board wishes you an illuminating and rewarding read. Eugene Bay, Chairman PANL

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008


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overview

Documentary & Life

The Winners

Commissioned

Non commissioned

Hans de Vries

Maurice Heesen

page 16-21

page 22-23

Best of members

Nomination

Non commissioned

Best of members

010

Marjolein van Veen page 24


overview

Documentary & Life

The Winners

011


overview

012

Documentary & Life

All Winners


overview

Documentary & Life

All Winners

013


QUOTE

014

Hans de Vries

'I prefer r questions than provi answers.'


QUOTE

Hans de Vries

raising rather iding

015


Documentary & Life

Hans de Vries

Best of Members


Documentary & Life

Hans de Vries

Best of Members

017


Documentary & Life

018

Hans de Vries

Best of Members


Documentary & Life

Hans de Vries

Best of Members

019


Documentary & Life

020

Hans de Vries

Best of Members


021


022


Documentary & Life

Maurice Heesen

Nomination

023


Documentary & Life

024

Marjolein van Veen

Best of members


QUOTE

Marjolein van Veen

'The world of words without words.'

025


e t r o p te n I x subject

026

Category

Name


a r t ior r e eri t x subject

Category

Name

027


overview

Interior & Exterior

Commissioned

Non commissioned

Gerrit Schreurs

Arthur Mebius

page 32-33

page 50-55

Commissioned

Non commissioned

Robbert Jan de Witte

Eddo Hartmann

page 34-37

page 56-59

Commissioned

Non commissioned

Mark Janssen

Eddo Hartmann

page 39-43

page 60-63

Commissioned

Non commissioned

Joost Berndes

Jonathan Andrew

page 44-45

page 68-69

Commissioned

Non commissioned

Joost Berndes

Ebo Fraterman

page 46-47

page 70-71

Silver + Best of members

028

The Winners

Merit

Merit

Merit

Nomination

Gold + Best of members + PANL Sony Award #18

Merit

Merit

Nomination

Nomination


overview

Interior & Exterior

The Winners

029 029


overview

030

Interior & Exterior

All Winners


overview

Interior & Exterior

All Winners

031


032


Interior & Exterior

Gerrit Schreurs

Silver + Best of Members

033


Interior & Exterior

034

Robbert Jan de Witte

Merit


Interior & Exterior

Robbert Jan de Witte

Merit

035


036


Interior & Exterior

Robbert Jan de Witte

Merit

037


Interior & Exterior

038

Mark Janssen

Merit


Interior & Exterior

Mark Janssen

Merit


Interior & Exterior

Mark Janssen

Merit


Interior & Exterior

Mark Janssen

Merit

041


042


Interior & Exterior

Mark Janssen

Merit

043


044


Interior & Exterior

Joost Berndes

Merit

045


046


Interior & Exterior

Joost Berndes

Nomination

047


client SBS

048

Joost Berndes


Majestic


Menacing


The Big Winner

049


050


Interior & Exterior

Arthur Mebius

Gold + Best of Members

051


Interior & Exterior

052

Arthur Mebius

Gold + Best of Members


Interior & Exterior

Arthur Mebius

Gold + Best of Members

053


054


Interior & Exterior

Arthur Mebius

Gold + Best of Members

055


Interior & Exterior

056

Eddo Hartmann

Merit


Interior & Exterior

Eddo Hartmann

Merit

057


Interior & Exterior

058

Eddo Hartmann

Merit


Interior & Exterior

Eddo Hartmann

Merit

059


Interior & Exterior

060

Eddo Hartmann

Merit


Interior & Exterior

Eddo Hartmann

Merit

061


Interior & Exterior

062

Eddo Hartmann

Merit


Interior & Exterior

Eddo Hartmann

Merit

063


Interview

Ronald Hooft

‘Without light you don’t see a fuck’ 064

Photo by Jan Zwart


Interview

Ronald Hooft

Photo by Jan Zwart

065


Interview

Ronald Hooft

‘Without light you don’t see a fuck’ 064

Photo by Jan Zwart


Interview

Ronald Hooft

Photo by Jan Zwart

065


QUOTE

066

Jonathan Andrew

'Drove 5000 crashed th into bad we missed my g got 1 decen photograp


QUOTE

Jonathan Andrew

0 km, he car, ran weather, girlfriend, nt ph.'

067


068


Interior & Exterior

Jonathan Andrew

Nomination

069


070


Interior & Exterior

Ebo Fraterman

Nomination

071


072


073


t x e & fes li fa subject

074

Category

Name


e t yl t s io h s a e subject

Category

Name

075


overview

Lifestyle & Fashion

The Winners

Commissioned

Non commissioned

Maurice Heesen

Tjitske van Leeuwen

page 82-83

page 98-99

Commissioned

Non commissioned

Merit

Merit

076

Maurice Heesen page 84-85

Merit

Nomination + Best of members Simon Warmer page 100-101

Commissioned

Merit

Arjaan Hamel page 88-89

Commissioned

Best of members Oof Verschuren page 92-96


overview

Lifestyle & Fashion

The Winners

077 077


overview

078

Lifestyle & Fashion

All Winners


overview

Lifestyle & Fashion

All Winners

079


Interview

080

Pieter-Rim de Kroon

Photo by Jan Zwart


Interview

Pieter-Rim de Kroon

Photo by Jan Zwart

‘Dutch light is in our genes’ 081


Interview

080

Pieter-Rim de Kroon

Photo by Jan Zwart


Interview

Pieter-Rim de Kroon

Photo by Jan Zwart

‘Dutch light is in our genes’ 081


082


Lifestyle & Fashion

Maurice Heesen

Merit

083


084


Lifestyle & Fashion

Maurice Heesen

Merit

085


086


client frenchurch

Maurice Heesen

087


088


Lifestyle & Fashion

Arjaan Hamel

Nomination

089


090


client The Hild

Arjaan Hamel

091


Lifestyle & Fashion

092

Oof Verschuren

Best of Members


Lifestyle & Fashion

Oof Verschuren

Best of Members

093


Lifestyle & Fashion

094

Oof Verschuren

Best of Members


Lifestyle & Fashion

Oof Verschuren

Best of Members

095


Lifestyle & Fashion

096

Oof Verschuren

Best of Members


Iconic


Individual


097


098


Lifestyle & Fashion

Tjitske van Leeuwen

Merit

099


Lifestyle & Fashion

Simon Warmer

Nomination + Best of Members

101


i s a f & op e p r 102 0102


i h s e& l p ai r t r 0103 103


overview

People & Portraits

The Winners

Commissioned

non Commissioned

Non commissioned

Willeke Duijvekam

Maurice Heesen

page 118-121

page 136-137

non commissioned

Non commissioned

Patricia Ribas

Mirjam Brinkhof

page 122-123

page 138-139

Non commissioned

Non commissioned

Maarten de Groot

Sofie Knijff

page 124-127

page 140-141

Non commissioned

Non commissioned

Ebo Fraterman

Rutger van der Bent

page 130-131

page 142-144

Merit + Best of members Jens van der Velde

Gold

Nomination

page 108-111

104

Commissioned

Gold

Willeke Duijvekam

Silver

Nomination

page 113

Commissioned

Merit

Jeroen Hofman

Merit

Nomination

page 116

Merit

Non commissioned

Best of members Dindi van de Hoek page 132-135

Nomination


overview

People & Portraits

The Winners

105 0105


overview

106

People & Portraits

All Winners


overview

People & Portraits

All Winners

107


People & Portraits

108

Jens van der Velde

Merit + Best of Members


People & Portraits

Jens van der Velde

Merit + Best of Members


People & Portraits

110

Jens van der Velde

Merit + Best of Members


People & Portraits

Jens van der Velde

Merit + Best of Members

111


QUOTE

112

Jens van der Velde

‘Rich? Yes, I am. Although it can be tough, my craft doesn’t feel as work and that's a very rich privilege.'


Protect


Provoke


People & Portraits

Willeke Duijvekam

Gold

113


114 0114


client Pricewaterhouse Coopers

Willeke Duijvekam

115 0115


116


People & Portraits

Jeroen Hofman

Merit

117


People & Portraits

118

Willeke Duijvekam

Gold


People & Portraits

Willeke Duijvekam

Gold

119


People & Portraits

120

Willeke Duijvekam

Gold


People & Portraits

Willeke Duijvekam

Gold

121


122


People & Portraits

Patricia Ribas

Silver

123


People & Portraits

124

Maarten de Groot

Merit


People & Portraits

Maarten de Groot

Merit


126


People & Portraits

Maarten de Groot

Merit


Interview

Nikki Gonnissen

Photo by Jan Zwart

‘I want to discover more about the man or woman behind the lens’

128 0128


Interview

Nikki Gonnissen

Photo by Jan Zwart

129 0129


Interview

Nikki Gonnissen

Photo by Jan Zwart

‘I want to discover more about the man or woman behind the lens’

128 0128


Interview

Nikki Gonnissen

Photo by Jan Zwart

129 0129


130


People & Portraits

Ebo Fraterman

Merit

131


People & Portraits

132

Dindi van der Hoek

Best of Members


People & Portraits

Dindi van der Hoek

Best of Members

133


134


People & Portraits

Dindi van der Hoek

Best of Members

135


136


People & Portraits

Maurice Heesen

Nomination

137


People & Portraits

138

Mirjam Brinkhof

Nomination


139


People & Portraits

140

Sofie Knijff

Nomination


141


People & Portraits

142

Rutger van der Bent

Nomination


People & Portraits

Rutger van der Bent

Nomination

143


People & Portraits

144

Rutger van der Bent

Nomination


145


o e t r o p illli t s subject

0146 146

Category

Name


i a r t fe t illli n e subject

Category

Name

0147 147


overview

Still Life

The Winners

Commissioned

Non Noncommissioned commissioned

Merit Silver

Robbert Eddo Hartmann Jan de Witte page 152-153 16

Commissioned

Merit Nomination

0148 148

Robbertvan Manon Jander de Zwaal Witte page 154-157 17

Commissioned

Best of members Nomination + Best of members RenĂŠ Mesman Jeroen Hofman page 158-159 page 18-19

Merit Merit + Best of members Martijn de Vries Erik van Gurp page 22-23 page 162-165

Non commissioned

Best of members Non commissioned Nomination Maurice Heesen Karin van Mierlo page 20-21 page 166

Non commissioned

Nomination Non commissioned Nomination Lucia Ganieva Joost Berndes page 24-26 page 168-169


overview

Still Life

The Winners

149


overview

150

Still Life

All Winners


overview

Still Life

All Winners

151


152


Still Life

Eddo Hartmann

Silver

153


Still Life

154

Manon van der Zwaal

Nomination


Still Life

Manon van der Zwaal

Nomination

155


Still Life

156

Manon van der Zwaal

Nomination


Still Life

Manon van der Zwaal

Nomination

157


158


Still Life

RenĂŠ Mesman

Best of members

159


Interview

Erik Kessels

160

‘Everyone should really send their work in to the PANL competition so that we get a full cross-section of Dutch photography’

Photo by Jan Zwart


Interview

Erik Kessels

Photo by Jan Zwart

161


Interview

Erik Kessels

160

‘Everyone should really send their work in to the PANL competition so that we get a full cross-section of Dutch photography’

Photo by Jan Zwart


Interview

Erik Kessels

Photo by Jan Zwart

161


Still Life

162

Erik van Gurp

Merit + Best of Members


Still Life

Erik van Gurp

Merit + Best of Members

163


164


Still Life

Erik van Gurp

Merit + Best of Members

165


166


Still Life

Karin van Mierlo

Nomination

167


168


Still Life

Joost Berndes

Nomination

169


o p illli t s ud t S r 170


f t illli n e d Do k r 171


overview

172

Student Work

The Winners

Gold

Nomination

Arjen Haantjes

Robin de Puy

page 178-181

page 198-199

Silver

Nomination

Marc Driessen

Petra Pijlgroms

page 182-187

page 200

Merit

Nomination

Remco Muntz

Marc Kruse

page 188

page 202

Merit

Best of members

Christine van Rooijen

Sonja de Ridder

page 190-194

page 204-207

Nomination Remco Muntz page 196-197


overview

Student Work

The Winners

173


overview

174

Still Life

All Winners


overview

Still Life

All Winners

175


Interview

Bert Pot

Photo by Jan Zwart

176

‘An image must be understood in a single second’


Interview

Bert Pot

Photo by Jan Zwart

177


Interview

Bert Pot

Photo by Jan Zwart

176

‘An image must be understood in a single second’


Interview

Bert Pot

Photo by Jan Zwart

177


Student Work

178

Arjen Haantjes

Gold


Student Work

Arjen Haantjes

Gold

179


Student Work

180

Arjen Haantjes

Gold


181


182


Student Work

Marc Driessen

Silver

183


Student Work

184

Marc Driessen

Silver


Student Work

Marc Driessen

Silver

185


186


Student Work

Marc Driessen

Silver

187


188


Student Work

Remco Muntz

Merit

189


Student Work

190

Christine van Rooijen

Merit


Student Work

Christine van Rooijen

Merit

191


Student Work

192

Christine van Rooijen

Merit


Student Work

Christine van Rooijen

Merit

193


Student Work

194

Christine van Rooijen

Merit


QUOTE

Christine van Rooijen

'people who give in to their passion simply fascinate me.'

195


196


Student work

Remco Muntz

Nomination

197


Student Work

Robin de Puy

Nomination

199


Student Work

Petra Pijlgroms

Nomination

201


Student work

202

Marc Kruse

Nomination


203


Student Work

204

Sonja de Ridder

Best of Members


Student Work

Sonja de Ridder

Best of Members

205


Student Work

206

Sonja de Ridder

Best of Members


Student Work

Sonja de Ridder

Best of Members

207


i r t t Llo A r s the o e i ll ntr o e 208


Johannes van Camp

Johannes van Camp

Suzanne Liem

Suzanne Liem

Gerrit Schreurs

Gerrit Schreurs

Johannes van Camp

Suzanne Liem

Patricia Wolf

Aleid Denier van der Gon

Suzanne Liem

Suzanne Liem

Jacqueline Dersjant

Jacqueline Dersjant

Jacqueline Dersjant

Marcel Bakker

Willeke Duijvekam

Aleid Denier van der Gon

Aleid Denier van der Gon

Aleid Denier van der Gon

Jacqueline Dersjant

Jacqueline Dersjant

Maurice Heesen

Jan Zwart

second round All Other Entries

209


Jeroen Hofman

Robbert Jan de Witte

Robbert Jan de Witte

Tobias Reymond

Francois Hendrickx

Francois Hendrickx

Machteld Schoep

Robbert Jan de Witte

Robbert Jan de Witte

Iris Uffen

Robbert Jan de Witte

Francois Hendrickx

Iris Uffen

Iris Uffen

Iris Uffen

Maurice Heesen

Gerrit Schreurs

Michiel Poodt

Dolph Kessler

Ebo Fraterman

Maurice Heesen

Gerrit Schreurs

Ebo Fraterman

Dolph Kessler

second round All Other Entries

210


Willeke Duijvekam

Patricia Ribas

Aernout Overbeeke

Sander Foederer

Sander Foederer

Sander Foederer

Sander Foederer

Aleid Denier van der Gon

Aleid Denier van der Gon

Bob Eshuis

Sander Foederer

Sander Foederer

Bob Eshuis

Bob Eshuis

Bob Eshuis

Bob Eshuis

Machteld Schoep

Machteld Schoep

Machteld Schoep

Machteld Schoep

Pim Vuik

Jorrit Folmer

Jorrit Folmer

Jorrit Folmer

second round All Other Entries

211


John Bakker

John Bakker

Ebo Fraterman

Jaap Vliegenthart

Jaap Vliegenthart

Alexandra Brand

Alexandra Brand

Arie de Leeuw

Arie de Leeuw

John Bakker

Maurice Heesen

Alexandra Brand

Ed van Rijswijk

Ed van Rijswijk

Nienke de Zwart

Lucia Ganieva

Lucia Ganieva

Lucia Ganieva

Lucia Ganieva

Lucia Ganieva

Lucia Ganieva

Lucia Ganieva

Lucia Ganieva

Aleid Denier van der Gon

second round All Other Entries

212


Arno Bosma

Arno Bosma

Arno Bosma

René van der Hulst

René van der Hulst

René van der Hulst

Vincent Kruijt

Gerrit Schreurs

Renée Zindler

Eddo Hartmann

Eddo Hartmann

Arno Bosma

Arno Bosma

Renée Zindler

Eddo Hartmann

Eddo Hartmann

Arie de Leeuw

Arie de Leeuw

Arie de Leeuw

Arie de Leeuw

Arie de Leeuw

Arie de Leeuw

Renée Zindler

Renée Zindler

second round All Other Entries

213


Lucia Ganieva

Lucia Ganieva

Lucia Ganieva

Maarten Wouters

Maarten Wouters

Sander de Wilde

Renée Zindler

Renée Zindler

Renée Zindler

Lucia Ganieva

Maarten Wouters

Frank Tielemans

Frank Tielemans

Frank Tielemans

Maurice Heesen

Aline Baggio

Frank Tielemans

Ebo Fraterman

Frank Tielemans

214

Pim Vuik

Frank Tielemans

Frank Tielemans

Frank Tielemans

Gerrit Schreurs

second round All Other Entries


Renée Zindler

Renée Zindler

Jonathan Andrew

Jonathan Andrew

Jonathan Andrew

Eddo Hartmann

Sander Foederer

Sander Foederer

Katrien Franken

Katrien Franken

Katrien Franken

Renée Zindler

Renée Zindler

Katrien Franken

Gerard Albertsboer

Katrien Franken

Renée Zindler

Arie de Leeuw

Arie de Leeuw

Arie de Leeuw

Jorrit Folmer

Jorrit Folmer

Jorrit Folmer

Jorrit Folmer

second round All Other Entries

215


René van der Hulst

René van der Hulst

René van der Hulst

Gerrit Schreurs

Gerrit Schreurs

Gerrit Schreurs

Gerrit Schreurs

Ron Steemers

Michiel Poodt

Joris Ten Bosch

Joris Ten Bosch

Joris Ten Bosch

Joris Ten Bosch

Aleid Denier van der Gon

Aleid Denier van der Gon

216

Gerrit Schreurs

Aleid Denier van der Gon

Arthur Mebius

Arthur Mebius

Arthur Mebius

Arthur Mebius

Arthur Mebius

Sander Foederer

Sander Foederer

second round All Other Entries


Wendelien Daan

Alewijn Eijgenraam

Alewijn Eijgenraam

Deborah Roffel

Simon Warmer

Aernout Overbeeke

Tobias Reymond

Tobias Reymond

Tobias Reymond

Wendelien Daan

Alewijn Eijgenraam

Tobias Reymond

Wendelien Daan

Wendelien Daan

Wendelien Daan

Alek Bruessing

Gerrit Schreurs

Gerrit Schreurs

Gerrit Schreurs

Gerrit Schreurs

Gerrit Schreurs

Alek Bruessing

Alek Bruessing

Alek Bruessing

second round All Other Entries

217


Heidi de Gier

Heidi de Gier

Jeanne van der Laar

Jeanne van der Laar

Manon van der Zwaal

Marcel Bakker

Roel van Lanen

Roel van Lanen

Heidi de Gier

Robbert Jan de Witte

Robbert Jan de Witte

Mark Janssen

Maurice Heesen

218

Sander de Wilde

Maurice Heesen

Robbert Jan de Witte

Wendelien Daan

Fred van 't Slot

Fred van 't Slot

Fred van 't Slot

Mark Groeneveld

Jaap van den Beukel

Tobias Reymond

Tobias Reymond

second round All Other Entries


Arjan Benning

Wouter Jansen

Wouter Jansen

Wouter Jansen

Wouter Jansen

Krijn van Noordwijk

Krijn van Noordwijk

Krijn van Noordwijk

Joost Berndes

Ilya van Marle

Lilian van Rooij

Lilian van Rooij

Lilian van Rooij

Lilian van Rooij

Fulco Smit Roeters

Lucia Ganieva

Roel van Lanen

Malou van Breevoort

Malou van Breevoort

Malou van Breevoort

Malou van Breevoort

Simone B채r

Hans Guldemond

Johannes van Camp

second round All Other Entries

219


Lisa Kortenhorst

Lisa Kortenhorst

Lisa Kortenhorst

Lisa Kortenhorst

Feiko Koster & Roos Kemme

Jaap Vliegenthart

Jaap Vliegenthart

Evert van Moort

Evert van Moort

Alek Bruessing

Alek Bruessing

Alek Bruessing

Krijn van Noordwijk

Krijn van Noordwijk

Krijn van Noordwijk

220

Lisa Kortenhorst

Krijn van Noordwijk

Krijn van Noordwijk

Krijn van Noordwijk

Krijn van Noordwijk

Krijn van Noordwijk

Krijn van Noordwijk

Krijn van Noordwijk

Krijn van Noordwijk

second round All Other Entries


Martijn van Oorschot

Martijn van Oorschot

Martijn van Oorschot

Heidi de Gier

Heidi de Gier

Heidi de Gier

Heidi de Gier

Laetitia Molenaar

Laetitia Molenaar

Tobias Reymond

Maurice Heesen

Heidi de Gier

Mirjam Brinkhof

Mirjam Brinkhof

Mark Janssen

Mark Janssen

Jaap Vliegenthart

Jaap Vliegenthart

Deborah Roffel

Claudette van de Rakt

Claudette van de Rakt

Mark Janssen

Mark Janssen

Mark Janssen

second round All Other Entries

221


Jeronimus van Pelt

Jeronimus van Pelt

Rutger van der Bent

Erik Hijweege

Erik Hijweege

Patricia Ribas

Patricia Ribas

Patricia Ribas

Patricia Ribas

Martin Waalboer

Erik Hijweege

Patricia Ribas

Martin Waalboer

Martin Waalboer

Martin Waalboer

Martin Waalboer

Hans de Vries

Hans de Vries

Hans de Vries

Hans de Vries

Hans de Vries

Laetitia Molenaar

Laetitia Molenaar

Laetitia Molenaar

second round All Other Entries

222


Krijn van Noordwijk

Krijn van Noordwijk

Krijn van Noordwijk

Krijn van Noordwijk

Krijn van Noordwijk

Krijn van Noordwijk

Krijn van Noordwijk

Krijn van Noordwijk

Alice Wolfs

Maarten de Groot

Paulien de Gaaij

Mirjam Brinkhof

Wouter Jansen

Alice Wolfs

Jonathan Mechanicus

Marjolein van Veen

Patricia Ribas

René van der Hulst

René van der Hulst

René van der Hulst

Ed van Rijswijk

Vincent Kruijt

Alice Wolfs

Alice Wolfs

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Gerrit Schreurs

Gerrit Schreurs

Gerrit Schreurs

Gerrit Schreurs

Gerrit Schreurs

Gerrit Schreurs

Arjan Benning

Arjan Benning

Fulco Smit Roeters

Fulco Smit Roeters

Fulco Smit Roeters

Ron Steemers

Ron Steemers

Ron Steemers

Ron Steemers

René Bosch

René Bosch

René Bosch

René Bosch

Krijn van Noordwijk

Krijn van Noordwijk

Krijn van Noordwijk

Krijn van Noordwijk

Krijn van Noordwijk

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Arie de Leeuw

Lucia Ganieva

Denis Koval

Denis Koval

Denis Koval

René Bosch

René Bosch

René Bosch

Jeanne van der Laar

Gerard Albertsboer

Denis Koval

Jeanne van der Laar

René Bosch

Jorrit Folmer

Denis Koval

René Bosch

Arjan Benning

Arjan Benning

Arjan Benning

Arjan Benning

Albert Busser

Linda Jansen

Linda Jansen

René Glas

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Monique Eller

Sonja de Ridder

Sonja de Ridder

Sonja de Ridder

Marco Kuis

Petra Pijlgroms

Marc Kruse

Bodine Koopmans

Bodine Koopmans

Marjolein de Rijk

Sonja de Ridder

Petra Pijlgroms

Marion van Dam

Pim Leenen

Erik van Gurp

Erik van Gurp

Erik van Gurp

Moon Jansen

Moon Jansen

Evert van Moort

Aatjan Renders

Aatjan Renders

Aatjan Renders

Aatjan Renders

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Aleksander Willemse

Marc Driessen

Bodine Koopmans

Arjan Schuitman

Arjan Schuitman

Arjan Schuitman

Marc Driessen

Marc Driessen

Moon Jansen

Marc Driessen

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The battle for silver and gold A cosmopolitan group gathers together in Spaces on a cold, sunny December morning. For the last few months, this stately building on Amsterdam’s Herengracht has been the meeting place for the PANL jury. Today’s an important day, when the entries for the 2008 competition will be judged for the PANL Sony Alpha Awards #18. It’s no easy task. After the initial digital round, there are still 536 entries shortlisted out of a total of over 1,200 in all categories. In short, the genial mood in which early morning coffee is being drunk will probably have evaporated by this evening. By then, swords will have been crossed and the debate about what is and isn’t ‘beautiful’, ‘innovative’ or quite simply ‘breathtaking’ will have been raging for some time. Many judges, one result. That’s the fervent hope of the PANL organisation, represented on this occasion by Jacqueline van Stiphout, Laura Mars, Carlfried Verwaayen and Annemiek Klijn. But inviting a jury made up of experts from practically all corners of the world inevitably means you will be trying to marshal a wide range of approaches and highly divergent tastes. This will lead to a tough, though hopefully fair and equitable, exchange of views.

The members of the jury are introduced to each other by Jeannette van Zee (De Informatiekamer), who has been given the task of coaxing all these varied opinions towards a shared consensus. There are three photographers: documentary photographer Brian Finke from New York, Kurt Stallaert, a Flemish photographer who describes his own work as ‘surrealistic,’ and Olaf Veltman, a commercial photographer who works from his farm in Drenthe, where he attracts commissions from all over the world. They are joined by Magnus Olsson from Sweden, who has worked in Helsinki, London and Stockholm and has been creative director of Saatchi & Saatchi Nederland for just over two years. Anneke Krul, former coowner of the 020 design agency, now works in Amsterdam as a freelance art director, graphic designer and creative consultant. The international tone of the jury is completed by Kirsten Rendtel, art buyer at Scholz und Friends Berlin. Van Zee, who has been jury coordinator before, outlines the procedure. The group must select approximately 120 photos for inclusion in the PANL book. Wherever possible, they should try to include nominations from all the categories in the interests

of diversity. A chairman must also be chosen to preserve integrity. ‘Can’t we all be chairmen? ’ suggests Krull. ‘Perhaps we don’t need a chairman’, replies Olsson. Nods of agreement - anarchy!

Reconnaissance! The initial round The jury cheerfully begins its work. Several rooms on the ground floor are filled with a series of long tables on which the entries are spread out, all anonymously of course. The group is shown around by Van Zee, whose calm yet alert approach will pilot them through this long, exacting day. To add to the tension, photographer Jacqueline Dersjant follows them all with a large camera, registering each enthusiastic gesture, expression of hesitation or outburst of delight or disgust. For the moment, there’s absolute silence and total concentration, interspersed with a frequent raised eyebrow or cautious smile. The jury takes its work very seriously. Three votes per entry are enough to keep a work in the competition. ‘Raise your hand if you’d like to discuss anything,’ says Van Zee, trying to encourage the initially somewhat reticent group to get a debate going. In the category People Portraits, a series of classic black and white portraits in filmic


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style is given five votes. But the other photos attract a draconian response. Photo after photo is rejected. On the other hand, art buyer Kirstel Rendtel is noticeably generous compared to her colleagues. In this category (and in others, as it later proves), her hand goes up again and again. Which is good news in these economically straitened times: clearly, there are still buyers out there for many of these photos. As they walk past the Interior & Exterior category, the jury appears to be slowly but surely melting. Minimalism dominates in this category. The desolate landscapes and old model aircraft parts are proving especially popular. In the ‘Non-Commissioned’ subsection of the Still Life category, a series of reptiles enclosed by hands is the clear favourite. A tree trunk also meets with universal approval. But a photograph of female genitals positioned above a tulip stalk is ruthlessly voted out. ‘Next,’ is the unrelenting verdict and the jury resolutely turns its back on yet another room containing pictures of the children of many of the photographers. Yet before this, the room displaying the Still Life (‘Commissioned’) work causes five hands to promptly rise in response to a photo of a black and white shoe. Olsson asks his colleagues to reconsider. ‘I’ve seen this kind of work so often!’ he cries. He points to another series above it which failed to get through the initial selection round: ‘In that case, this series should also be reconsidered.’ Stallaert invites his colleagues to look more favourably on a photo of a horse they’ve previously rejected. But both arguments fall on deaf ears. Veltman’s lobbying in the Student category is more successful and he manages to win extra support for an interior shot in primary colours which the others have more or less missed. This photo will go on to win a merit award. Almost all hands go up for a black and white series of three portraits. High quality, notes Olsson. Hope for the future! The Lifestyle & Fashion category generates quite a bit of controversy. Two series of photos are heatedly debated. It’s felt that they reflect a desire to ‘over-submit’. One photo in each series is warmly praised but the rest come in for heavy criticism. The jury thinks it’s a real shame that a photo of this kind can’t be judged as a single entry. The discussion results in a series which was initially voted in being taken out of the running after the second round. Krull makes a case for a series

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showing women in black clothing. ‘This is the only series of fashion photos in the competition which radiates genuine quality,’ she argues. The photo gets through but falls by the wayside in the final selection round. The jury feels that the Lifestyle & Fashion category is a bit thin this year. ‘I really haven’t seen any work by the quality lifestyle and fashion photographers who are working in the Netherlands today,’ says Krull.

Motivation! The second round The remaining shortlisted work now has to achieve four out of six votes to stay in the running. There’s a great deal at stake: will this work or that make it into the book? Van Zee is hoping for a final result that includes at least three entries in each category. But that turns out to be wishful thinking. The jury, now warning to its task, has other ideas. The Documentary & Life category hasn’t attracted an enormous number of entries, yet it is still striking how few photos are given the thumbs up. A series of wedding photos receives just one vote (Finke’s) while a series of photos of babies, apparently taken in an orphanage in Eastern Europe, only attracts three. ‘Stereotypical,’ opines Krull. ‘No! A really good example of photojournalism!’ counters Finke. The jury agrees: each photo in the series tells a story. Touché. The series gets through. Further on in the Interior & Exterior category, a minimalistic white interior also generates debate. ‘This is too correct,’ remarks Olsson. But only he and Stallaert vote against it, so this entry also appears to have secured its place in the book. Olsson isn’t pleased. ‘The centring is the aesthetics of the idiot, someone told us.’ Duly noted. Krull now shares her burgeoning doubts with the others and withdraws her vote. The photo is rejected. The subject of boyhood dreams clearly appeals to this jury, although the many single photos and series of cars make less of an impression than the pictures of aircraft components. ‘Find as many vehicles in different parts of the street as you can,’ is the dismissive remark that accompanies the voting out of one series of automobile photos. ‘Too stock’ is another merciless comment applied to an over-stylised series in dark tones showing male models and elevators. But Stallaert, who much admires this series, rushes to its defence. He manages to convince the others. A series of photos of plants is reclassified in

the Still Life category at Veltman’s suggestion, and later wins a place in the book. In the People & Portraits area, the jury spends a long time considering the merits of a portrait of film-maker Paul Verhoeven. Eventually it’s voted down, much to the disappointment of Veltman, who immediately afterwards is galled to see a rather formal portrait of a soldier next to a pot plant voted in. ‘Those days are over,’ he says firmly. ‘Portraits should say more about the person they portray. And it requires talent to portray a major ego like Paul Verhoeven in this way’. Krull disagrees, saying she’s seen too many of this kind of portrait. Stallaert thinks Verhoeven is acting on the photo: ‘The soldier portrait is far more natural and therefore stronger.’ In the end, though, neither photo makes it to the next round. Van Zee suggests it might be time for lunch, but the jury’s now got the bit between its teeth and wants to go on. The next category awaiting consideration is Student Work. The ‘graphic’ black and white series of three moving portraits gets a unanimous ‘go’. It’s a historic moment - the first time today that the entire jury has been unanimous. ‘I like the student work!’ they all say, somewhat surprised. Work by no less than eight young photographers is included in the book, including four series. Before lunch, the remaining work in the People & Portraits (‘Non-Commissioned’) category is subjected to closer inspection. ‘A rip-off’, ‘Too easy’ but also ‘Most uncomfortable but that’s good’ and ‘So emotional’ are just a few of the comments made. A series of photos of young gymnasts (presumably taking part in a competition given the numbers on their gym slips) attracts widespread approval. An image of a boy with a hare lip and vulnerable expression also gains many votes. Clearly, hunger hasn’t yet dampened interest in the job in hand. The jury decides to complete its discussion of the photos in the other series which still require further consideration. In the Still Life (‘NonCommissioned’) category, it decides to allow the reptiles series to go through. > lees verder op pagina 232

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From left to right: Brian Finke (USA) Photographer Olaf Veltman (NL) Photographer Magnus Olsson (S) Creative Director Saatchi & Saatchi NL

Kurt Stallaert (B) Photographer Anneke Krull (NL) Art-director Kirsten Rendtel (D) Art-buyer Scolz & Friends Berlin


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direction.’ Stallaert: ‘Is it conceptual or pure photography? The wall was already there. So the question is: what exactly does it add? ’

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However, Krull fails to get ‘her’ series of five fashion photos passed. But the jury’s hands shoot up for a still life showing two young girls’ legs encased in plaster peeping out from under a net curtain. ‘It takes the subject in another direction,’ says Stallaert approvingly. ‘It has something soft,’ adds Krull. ‘Formally it is beautiful,’ puts in Finke cautiously. The aircraft parts also get a unanimous vote.

War! The final round After lunch, Jeannette van Zee announces that 99 entries have made it through from the previous selection rounds. It’s now time for each jury member to make their own personal selections. They can choose an entire series, a single work or even one photo from a series. Each member also has a maximum of three wild cards which they can use to get work brought back into the arena. Veltman uses one of his to secure an entry for the Student Work category. ‘I could see a Gucci logo on it,’ he says in endorsement of a photo of a young female model wearing lip gloss. He’s supported by a majority vote and the photo makes it into the book. After a short break in which everyone presents his or her own personal choices (see box), it’s finally time to select the work that will win the top prizes, including the coveted PANL Award. Olsson puts in a bid for his personal choice: the wall series. During the voting round, this was selected for silver, but Olssen thinks it deserves gold. Veltman says teasingly: ‘We always knew there was something wrong with art directors.’ But Olsson isn’t put off: ‘It’s uncomfortable and new. Flawless, from a crafting point of view. The whole series! It unites design, photography and art-

Now the heavy guns are wheeled in. The merits and demerits of each photo are discussed in minute detail – resulting in their promotion to a higher award category or, in the worst case, a demotion. Finke, for example, wants the gymnast series to win gold and the portrait of the boy with a hare lip to be given silver. ‘I didn’t even vote for the gymnasts,’ counters Olsson. ‘It’s done in a right way, but it doesn’t move things forward.’ Eventually, each of these finalists is awarded silver. But why gold for the reptiles series when nothing else in this category has been awarded anything? The jury decides to take drastic measures and gives it a ‘merit’ instead. A series of photos of flowers, which was initially set to walk away with silver, is now given only an ‘honourable mention’. During the final round of voting, emotions either reach fever pitch or sink without trace. A photo of a boy at a carwash, which was initially crowned with a gold, sparks off a lively squabble. ‘Maybe it’s a boy thing,’ comments an incredulous female jury member. Veltman replies jokingly: ‘If you can’t get sex into the book, you should at least get a car in’. But four votes against two means the photo now only gets an ‘honourable mention’. In the Lifestyle & Fashion (‘Non-Commissioned’) category, too, in which only two photos have survived the pruning exercise, gold is now reduced to a ‘merit’ award (for the girls’ legs showing beneath the net curtain) and silver is demoted to an ‘honourable mention’ (dog in a collar). One of Veltman’s favourites, the filmic black and white series of young people (People & Portraits, ‘Commissioned’), doesn’t get any marks from Krull. She wins over a fellow jury member so now it’s four against two. One of the four photos is also regarded as less good, so the series gets a ‘merit’ rather than a silver. But there’s very little dissent about what to award the Student Work category. Everyone agrees the black and white series deserves gold. The judging is now drawing to an end. All the proposed entries for gold, silver and ‘merit’ awards are laid next to each other. This is the jury’s final opportunity to make a pitch to upgrade or downgrade the material. Finke puts forward an argument for awarding gold to the gymnast series, which

is currently down for a silver. He gets the rest of the jury to agree. This prompts Olsson to revive the case in favour of ‘his’ wall series (People & Portraits): ‘The gymnasts are fairly traditional, after all. As a signal, it would be rock & roll to say that you can make portraits like that but,’ indicating the wall series, ‘also like that.’ The votes are cast. Veltman: ‘It’s a commissioned work. Someone’s breathing down the photographer’s neck, after all. If we award gold to the wall, we’ve also got to give gold to the gymnasts.’ And that’s eventually what happens. There’s also universal consensus about the overall PA NL Award, which is to go to the series of four photos of old aircraft parts in a hangar. But despite all his ardent pleas, Olsson’s wall series remains contentious. At the jury’s request, PA NL is asked to find out whether the photos satisfy the competition criteria, for example in terms of copyrights. Further enquiries at Pictoright unfortunately reveal that the series has to be disqualified because the photographer doesn’t own the full copyright. This infringes both copyright laws and the entry rules governing the PA N L Awards. In the end, then, the final tally of awards for the PA NL 2008 edition is four golds, four silvers and 15 ‘merits’. All in all, a respectable haul. ●


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Personal Choices

Anneke Krull Single photo, Interior & Exterior, Commissioned: girl playing in a concrete jungle. ‘I see it as a fashion photo - by way of compensation, since so little good work was entered in the Fashion & Lifestyle category. I think the contrast between the rigid architectonic environment and the playful little girl works very well. It’s a razor-sharp photo in which the colours make her spring out at the viewer. And then there’s the threatening sky; there’s an entire story in this picture. I can imagine what the rest of the series might look like, if there were one.’

Magnus Olsson Series of 5 photos in People/Portraits, Non-Commissioned: photos of walls with peeling black and white posters of Chinese people and characters. ‘It wasn’t difficult to choose. They struck me right away. It feels big. It’s got scale. A lovely idea: doing portraits in a new way. It’s the strong visual impact of the work. Perhaps it’s because I’m in advertising. The whole thing is very clear.’

Kirsten Rendtel Single photo; People & Portraits, Non-Commissioned: portrait of a boy. ‘Very sensitive. I like the fact that the photographer was able to catch the confidence of an adolescent. Normally they try to look very cool and grown-up, but he has a remarkable vulnerability. The photographer has managed to get in to this and gives us a glimpse inside the boy.’

Kurt Stallaert Series of 4 photos in Interior & Exterior, Non-Commissioned: aircraft parts in a hangar. ‘I can find almost no flaws or disruptive elements in this photo series. The atmosphere, the composition, it’s all perfect. I don’t have any sense that it’s been staged. It’s basic, apart from the extra light that’s been used, but which doesn’t disturb the purity of the scene. There’s a story behind it, it makes you wish the aircraft could speak. I’m passionate about planes: I myself fly a Piper Lance, a light aircraft built in 1979.’

Brian Finke Series of 4 photos in Interior & Exterior, Non-Commissioned: aircraft parts in a hangar. ‘These aesthetically enticing pictures struck me as early as the first voting round. I love the mystery that surrounds them. They make me curious about the story that is created by the stillness. I want to go there and see them for myself. For me, the choice was between these photos and the girls with their different emotions and the black gymslips. I can keep looking at them. But the same is true of the planes. The spotlight, the metal, the broken glass, the texture. Where is this place? Why are these bits and pieces of planes being kept?’

Olaf Veltman People & Portraits, Commissioned: young Muslim woman with blue hijab. ‘I love this picture of a Muslim woman. And in combination with the series of gymnast photos; they must be by the same photographer. But in that series there was one photo I didn’t think was as good as the rest. This photo was more difficult to make, and unlike the gymnasts, it was commissioned. It’s so simple and retiring. It really grabbed me: the girl almost looks past or through you, as if you weren’t there. The simplicity and use of colours is very striking. I could tell you all about the aircraft series, but in my opinion it deserved silver, not gold.’

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All Categories

Arthur Mebius Arjaan Hamel Arjen Haantjes Christine van Rooijen Dindi van der Hoek Ebo Fraterman Eddo Hartmann Erik van Gurp Gerrit Schreurs Hans de Vries Jens van der Velde Jeroen Hofman Jonathan Andrew Joost Berndes Karin van Mierlo Lisa Kortenhorst Maarten de Groot Manon van der Zwaal Marc Driessen

Marc Kruse Marjolein van Veen Mark Janssen Maurice Heesen Mirjam Brinkhof Oof Verschuren Patricia Ribas Petra Pijlgroms Remco Muntz RenĂŠ Mesman Robbert Jan de Witte Robin de Puy Rutger van der Bent Simon Warmer Sofie Knijff Sonja de Ridder Tjitske van Leeuwen Willeke Duijvekam


Credits

Documentary & life commissioned Page Name Client

016-021 Hans de Vries, Rotterdam Stichting Vergeten Kinderen van Bulgarije

Interior & exterior commissioned Page Name Design studio Client Location

032-033 Gerrit Schreurs Ontwerpwerk Den Haag Sculptuur New York

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038-043 Mark Janssen UbachsWisbrun/JWT Randstad Buenos Aires

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034-037 Robbert Jan de Witte ArkeFly

Page Name Client Location

044-045 Joost Berndes SBS Strandbad

Page Name Client Location

046-047 Joost Berndes SBS Strandbad

Interior & exterior non commissioned Page Name Location

050-055 Arthur Mebius Albania

Page Name Location

056-059 Eddo Hartmann New Mexico

Page Name Location

060-063 Eddo Hartmann New Mexico

Page Name Location

068-069 Jonathan Andrew Durmitor, Montenegro

Lifestyle & fashion commissioned Page Name Client Make up Modelmaker

092-096 Oof Verschuren Haags Gemeente Museum Kathinka Gernant & Chao Li -Hsu @ House of Orange Kevin Power

Page Name Agency Client Location

082-083 Maurice Heesen McCann Fenchurch Rotterdam

Page Name Agency Client Location

084-085 Maurice Heesen McCann Fenchurch Rotterdam

Page Name Client

088-089 Arjaan Hamel The Hild

Lifestyle & fashion non commissioned

People & portraits non commissioned Page Name Exhibitions

132-135 Dindi van der Hoek Pulchri Den Haag, Open Art Fair, Galerie Pennings Eindhoven, Galerie Lichtzone Groningen

Page Name Location

136-137 Maurice Heesen Spain

Page Name Location Model

141 Sofie Knijf Belgie Maarten

Still life commissioned Page Name Agency Client Location

152-153 Eddo Hartmann BSUR agency BV AT Osborne Universiteit Utrecht

Page Name Styling Model

098-099 Tjitske van Leeuwen FriedaMaria Elsa

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154-155 RenĂŠ Mesman Volkskrant Claatje lindehout

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100-101 Simon Warmer Gijs

Page Name Client

156-159 Manon van der Zwaal Hortus Botanicus

People & portraits commissioned Page Name Agency Client Model

113 Willeke Duijvekam 707 Pricewaterhouse Coopers Fatima

Page Name Agency Location Model

116 Jeroen Hofman On international Milan Clarence Seedorf

Page Name Client

108-111 Jens van der Velde Tommy Hilfiger

Student work Page Name Make up Location Model

200 Petra Pijlgroms Sarah Jansen Amsterdam Kim, Ulla Models

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Reza Harek Robert Hart Eddo Hartmann Durk Hattink Tom van Heel Maurice Heesen Maria Heijdendeal Jan Jaap Heine Francois Hendrickx Tom Hendriks Hans den Hertog Annelore van Herwijnen Alique v.d. Heuvel Erik Hijweege Eddy Hilhorst Dindi van der Hoek Kasper van 't Hoff Jeroen Hofman Hans Hogervorst Henk Hogerzeil Jan Holtslag Aafke Holwerda Marjon Hoogervorst Natalie Hoogmoed Mark Horn Gerrit Jan Huinink Cindy Huisden Suzanne Huisman René van der Hulst Anke van Iersel Timon Jacob Wouter Jansen Moon Jansen Linda Jansen John Janssen Mark Janssen Edwin Janssen Robin Jasperse Annabel Jeuring Ama Kaag Roy Kahmann Alex Kals Edo Kars Suzanne Karsters Petra Kasteleijn Ilja Keizer Roos Kemme Marcel Kentin Harrie van Kessel Dolph Kessler Vivian Keulards Jansje Klazinga Henk Kloosterhuis Sofie Knijff Frans Koene & Herman Heuvink Esther Kokmeijer John de Koning Steven van Kooijk Bodine Koopmans Bastiaan Koot Astrid Koppers Lisa Kortenhorst Vincent Kos Feiko Koster Evelyn J. Kotting Jos Kottmann Peter Koudstaal Zoran Kovacevic Denis Koval Remko Kraaijeveld René Kramers Diederik Kratz Ben Krewinkel

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Members Brigitte Kroone Vincent Kruijt Marc Kruse Marco Kuis Frans Kuypers Jeanne van der Laar Harald Lakerveld Mireille Lampe Roel van Lanen Jeffrey Lausberg Pim Leenen Arie de Leeuw Tjitske van Leeuwen Eric Leffers Stephan Lesger Dirk van Liebergen Suzanne Liem Boudewijn van Lierop Gerdjan van der Lugt Claudia van Luijk Jan Luijk Theo Lumens Janneke Luursema Rob Marinissen Ilya van Marle Arthur Mebius Jonathan Mechanicus Ilja Meefout Maxim Meekes Wimer Meijer Willem Mes René Mesman Marco van Middelkoop Pim Milo Tim Mintiens Lucas Mol Laetitia Molenaar Ferenc Molnár Marcel Molle David Moore Evert van Moort Jelle Mulder Reinout Mulder Dennis Münninghoff Remco Muntz Boudewijn Neuteboom Victor Neyndorff Ada Nieuwendijk Bart Nieuwenhuijs Gneomar van Nispen Quintalle Nix Krijn van Noordwijk Adrian Noortman Marc van Oene Guy Offerman Xander van Ommen Martijn van Oorschot Annabel Oosteweeghel Marie-Therese van Ouwel Aernout Overbeeke Marquis Palmer Edith Paol Henk Pasman Robert Peek Jeronimus van Pelt Wies Peters Petra Pijlgroms Philip Ploegmakers Corien van der Poll Michiel Poodt Herman Poppelaars Paul Posse Marnix Postma Hugo Potharst

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Inga Powilleit Manon Pulles Roland Pupupin Robin de Puy Martin Pyper Addy Raket Claudette van de Rakt Aatjan Renders Tobias Reymond Patricia Ribas Philip Riches Sonja de Ridder José van Riele Marjolein de Rijk Joep Rijk Kees Rijken Cees Rijnen Ed van Rijswijk Suzan van de Roemer Berry Roest Deborah Roffel Peter Rokven Lilian van Rooij Christine van Rooijen Bert Rorije Mark de Rouw Natalie Roux Isabella Rozendaal Paul Ruigrok Eric W.T. Ruys Jochem Sanders Janita Sassen Katja Schade Thomas van Schaik Nico van Scherpenzeel Eline van Schijndel Cindy Schimmel Arjen Schmitz Machteld Schoep Jolanda Scholten Pieter Schouwstra Katinka Schreuder Gerrit Schreurs Danielle Schuiten Arjan Schuitman Gerrit Schurer Luba Schuyler Oscar Seijkens Martin Sharrott Patrick Sijben Fred van 't Slot Vonne Slump Boudewijn Smit Miranda Smit Fulco Smit Roeters Erik Smits Mariëtte van Soesbergen Iris Spaink Bjorn Staps Paul Starink Ron Steemers Maarten Steffens Manja Stroomer Angeline Swinkels Joanne Taylor Jaap Teding van Berkhout Ivar Teunissen Sabina Theijs Guido Thie Margret Tielemans Frank Tielemans Peter Tijhuis Ronald Tilleman Klaas-Jan Timmerman

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Oscar Timmers Jan Tito Chris van Tongeren Robert van Tongeren Isis Torensma Thomas Tukker Roland van Tulder Iris Uffen Karin van Mierlo Marjolein van Veen Lutske Veenstra Lennert van der Veer Petra van der Veer Jens van der Velde Henk Verhoeven Oof Verschuren

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PANL 2009 #18  

panl 2009 #18