A Lamb Named Beauty shows the life of two twin sisters Kimberly and Gwendolyn. The series started in 2007, when the sisters were 10 years old. I tried to give a candid impression about how the twins take care of each other, and the many animals that are gathered around them. The twins seem to live in a domain all of their own, taking strength from their love from one another.
— An-Sofie Kesteleyn
By gazing upon eyes which cannot see, these powerfully direct portraits allow us to contemplate, and appreciate, what it means to have sight or to be blinded — and how the differences of perception affect our understanding of others.
An artful, tender look at aging parents and the everyday things that one notices when confronting the slowing down of life and appreciation of lingering last moments.
1st place, Documentary, LensCulture Earth Awards:
A worldwide obsession with high fashion sustains an entire industry built on animal sacrifice. The beautiful end-product is remorseless—it obscures the violent killing of countless animals, who spend their lives within the walls of intensive breeding facilities.
Ultra-rapid technological changes in Africa — and especially Ghana — threaten the extinction of centuries-old traditions and lifestyles, as individuals embrace the dreams of a rising middle-class and pop culture.