"After hours of sawing and sanding, crooked Daisy is finally well and truly clamped.?Then comes the tricky part; smoothing the surface so that it can go to the printer.?We do this with a machine that either makes everything beautifully smooth and even or completely ruins it... a tense moment! ?We shall have to see if there’s anything left to exhibit."
David Galjaard (1983, Haarlem) studied photography at the Royal Academy of Art, The Hague and graduated in 2006. Since then, he has worked as a documentary photographer, including as a freelancer for various Dutch newspapers and magazines. He has won a number of prizes and acquired funding for projects in the Netherlands, Albania and Nigeria. His self-initiated projects have been published and exhibited both at home and abroad. www.davidgaljaard.nl