2016
Januari 21st - June 6th exhibition 'Penelope and Ulyssis' at the Twentsewelle, Enschede.
Homer's great Greek epic is extremely topical, about courage, strength, loyalty, foxiness and love. Penelope and Ulysses are each others compeer. For their entire life, both of them are inspired to act, dream and think  to reach out for the other. Ulysses' fantastic voyage and Penelope's faithfulness to her deepest dreams, debouch into a swirling wave, And the sea leads to the bed of the queen.

2015
September 17th - October 30th photo exhibition together with Niki de Saint Phalle at the Jan van der Togt Museum, Amstelveen.
July 10th - September 16th photo exhibition at the ARC, Amsterdam.
June 19th - July 10th photo exhibition at the Rembrand Tower, Amsterdam.

To be expected:. 
2017 'Wave' at the Natuurmuseum Fryslan, Leeuwarden Cultural Capitol of Europe (2018)

2014
August 10th 2014 the Phoenix will rise in Kasteel Groeneveld in Baarn. It will stay there until march 1st 2015.

2013
'The Phoenix' is presented in Museum De Buitenplaats in Eelde from may til october and will be exhibited in the Kunst10Daagse (an Art Festival) in Bergen from october 18th to october 28 in collaboration with the Museum Kranenburgh in the Petrus en Paulus Church. The exhibition will be combined with workshops and masterclasses. Development 'Penelope's Bed'.

2012
Project for the High School of Arts in Utrecht about multimediaproductions. Coaching a graduation project of a student of the Belgian Academy of Glass Art. Development 'Penelope's Bed' inspired by the theme of the Odysseia, Homer's story about Penelope and Odysseus.

2011
Development new project.

2009-2011
The creation of the Phoenix in a new concept for the Groninger museum. The exhibition was opened in January 2011.
It will subsequently tour the Netherlands and abroad.

2009
A large fire destroyed the studio of the artist, containing the almost completed Phoenix

2006-2009 ‘The Phoenix’
Development project entiteld ‘The Phoenix’ in collaboration with the Groninger Museum. 
This project was inspired by the theme of the phoenix rising up out of its own ashes.

2006-2010 ‘The Secret Garden’
‘The Secret Garden’ was inspired by Frances Hodgson Burnett’s popular children’s book that tells the story of the little orphan Mary, who discovers a garden and brings it back to life. 
This interactive experience project was commissioned by Kasteel Groeneveld, the Natuurmuseum Maastricht, the Environmental Education Centre (MEC) in Eindhoven and Natura Docet in Denekamp. 

2005 - 2011 ‘The Dragon’
‘The Dragon’ is a permanent exhibition commissioned by the Natuurmuseum Fryslân in Leeuwarden.

1999 - 2004 ‘Slip out of your Skin’
An installation, based upon the fairy tale entitled Princess Pelsdiertje (‘little furry creature’), commissioned by the Natuurmuseum Rotterdam, Kasteel Groeneveld in Baarn and Natura Docet in Denekamp. This exhibition was displayed at nine different locations including the Gemeente Museum Helmond. 

1998 - present ‘Animals’
A group of gigantic animals in front of the tree, the ‘Speelboom’(Play Tree), in Noorderdierenpark (zoo) in Emmen

1996 - 2007 ‘The Snow Queen’
The ‘Snow Queen’ was created for the Natuurmuseum in Groningen.

1995 - 1999 ‘The World at Night’
‘The World at Night’commissioned by theNatuurmuseum Fryslân in Leeuwarden, took the visitor on a nocturnal journey underground. The exhibition made an extensive tour through the Netherlands between 1995 and 1999. 

1992 - onwards
From 1992 onwards I have been making large-scale textile sculpture (approximately two metres tall/wide). These sculptures were inspired by mythological animals such as dragons, unicorns, lions and birds of paradise.

1987 Pop en spel kollektief
(Puppet Theatre collective)
In 1987 I joined the Pop en Spel Kollektief in Enschede as a visual artist. Between 1987 and 1991 I was responsible for various productions. I created sets, costumes and puppets for: ‘Waai je weg wind’ (Blow away wind), ‘De oude man met de vleugels’ (The old man with the wings), ‘’t Huis’ (The house) and ‘Dassenburcht’ (Badger set).