Early work. Photography by jo Brunenberg
Crystallization. Early work photography by jo Brunenberg
Crystallization. Early work photography by jo Brunenberg
Crystallization. Early work photography by jo Brunenberg
Crystallization. Early work photography by jo Brunenberg
Crystallization. Early work photography by jo Brunenberg
Crystallization. Early work photography by jo Brunenberg
Crystallization. Early work photography by jo Brunenberg
Tri X Black and white. Early work photography by jo Brunenberg
Tri X Black and white. Early work photography by jo Brunenberg
Tri X Black and white. Early work photography by jo Brunenberg
Tri X Black and white. Early work photography by jo Brunenberg
Tri X Black and white. Early work photography by jo Brunenberg
Tri X Black and white. Early work photography by jo Brunenberg
Tri X Black and white. Early work photography by jo Brunenberg
Kodachrome. Early colour work. Photography by jo Brunenberg
Kodachrome. Early colour work. Photography by jo Brunenberg
Kodachrome. Early colour work. Photography by jo Brunenberg
Kodachrome. Early colour work. Photography by jo Brunenberg
Exhibition. Photography by jo Brunenberg









Early work
1969-1985


In 1963, at the age of fourteen,

I "discovered" photography,

using my first camera, a simple

"Agfa Clack" boxcamera.

At the age of sixteen I started

working as a photographer at a

printing company giving me the

opportunity to discover the medium.




Crystallization
1969

In the late sixties I found a way to

construct "my own universe" by taking

photographs of crystallizing photo-

graphic chemicals: My first portfolio.

These photographs were published

in several photo magazines. One of the

images was published in the 1971

Annual Photography Book "Photo-

graphy of the World" from Japan.




Tri-X
Sixties / seventies

In that time 35 mm camera’s were

very popular, as was the Kodak

Tri X black-and-white film.

A high sensitive film with which

very contrasty and grainy negatives

could be created.

These negatives could result in

quite dramatic images, as was

fashonable at the time.



Kodachrome
1969-1985

From the late ‘60s to the early

’80’s I travelled quite a lot in

Europe, the Far East, Northern

Africa and the U.S.A. I loved land-

scape photography. My favourite

film at the time was Kodachrome II

(the later Kodachrome 25), resul-

ting in high definition images.

During these years I developed my

love for natural forms and struc-

tures but also for the more formal

and geometric shapes of the

manmade environment.

Using Format