Design & Architecture
Minimalist captures of form and function grace of Carlfried Verwaayen’s latest commission for Design & Architecture.
Styling: Janne Wellens
Beautiful desaturated scenarios suggest decades of the past. Carlfried Verwaayen for ELLE Decoration Xmas guide.
Styling: Cleo Scheulderman
Neo-Renaissance inspirations contribute to the timelessness of Carlfried Verwaayen’s latest commission for none less than RITUALS.
Styling: Danielle Verheul ; Art Director: Mendy van Hattem
Vivid colors awake the conditioned eye in Carlfried Verwaayen’s fresh and lively bathroom special for Elle Decoration. Stylist: Judith Rasenberg
High Cuisine Cookbook
Earthy captures of elevated culinary moments by Carlfried Verwaayen for Juicy Fields’ “High Cuisine” Cookbook. Recipes: Andre Schneider; Styling: Ellen Hoste; Foodstyling: Oscar de Lint
Seemingly baren alien worlds set the abstract stage for Carlfried Verwaayen’s latest story for Elle Decoration.
Stylist: Xaviera Aubri
Futuristic and artful, yet somehow still tied to the sun-bleached colours of the past, Carlfried Verwaayen’s brilliant new story for Elle Eten, Styling Judith Rasenberg.
FD Persoonlijk Magazine
Soft inviting abstractions come to life in Carlfried Verwaayen’s latest story for FD Persoonlijk Magazine. Styling: Judith Rasenberg
FD Persoonlijk Magazin
Bold and vivid split seconds in time captured through Carlfried Verwaayen’s lense for FD Persoonlijk Magazin. Stylist: Analik Brouwer, Retouche: Jan Daniel Wolters
Fresh seasonal culinary highlights by Carlfried Verwaayen for Maza. Styling Judith Rasenberg,Foodstyling Ajda Mehmet
was born in Nijmegen, in The Netherlands and now lives in Amsterdam. He studied photography at the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague and loves working as much in his studio as he loves to travel wherever work takes him.
Carlfried has never been very keen on devising theories regarding his stlye of photogrpahy and would much rather that people make up their own mind about what they think of his work. Beauty is, after all, in the eye of the beholder. He thinks the time is better spent taking beautiful pictures.