International photographer Tom D’haenens presents his new book about Brussels Airport
For over one year, Tom D’haenens has been making unique pictures in a wide range of places tucked away on the airport. He went to every place on the airport area, in order to capture on photo everything that goes on there.
Every day, an average 20,000 passengers board a plane at Brussels Airport, to more than 200 destinations around the world. Thousands of people give it their best every day to bring all these passengers safely and comfortably to their destination. How they manage to do this day in, day out is told and shown in the Brussels Airport photo book.
An exclusive peek at life at the airport, in hundreds of large-size photos. VRT journalist and flying reporter Steven Decraene wrote the accompanying stories.
About Tom D’haenens
The photographer Tom D’haenens, born in 1969, studied photography at the Academy of Art in Ghent. After he graduated, he travelled, as a young man in his early twenties, to Baltimore in the United States to steep himself in the art of photography. In the vicinity of the Metropolis of New York he earns himself a name in a short time. D’haenens now takes photographs of the most prestigious projects for a large number of multinationals.
Brussels Airport, Tom D’haenens, publisher View & Vision