Aernout Overbeeke (1951), currently living and working in France, started focussing on photography after being expelled from high school. In 1971, Overbeeke commenced his career as a fashion photographer, but has been focussing on his uncommissioned photography for a few decades now.
His landscapes, still lifes and portraits show his ability and gift of observing. With his specific analog technique, Overbeeke captures the experience of a moment in refined images. His work is acquired by and exhibited in various museums, such as the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the COBRA Museum in Amstelveen, and the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam.