JEROEN VAN DER DRIFT
CAMERAMAN
Associate member of the Netherlands Society of Cinematographers (NSC)

2000 – present: Freelance cameraman
1996: Directed the documentary 5 Europeanen in New York, which was funded in part by RVU and premiered at the Netherlands Film Festival (NFF) in Utrecht. Later, it was broadcast by RVU.
1994: Directed the documentary Transit Zone, which premiered at the NFF. The 3sat public television company bought the broadcasting rights.

Education
1989 – 1995: Studied directing, cinematography and documentary editing at the DFFB, Berlin, Germany
Participated in workshops led by: Bela Tarr, Harun Farocki, Walter Lassally and Raoul Coutard
1984 – 1989: Studied media art at ArtEZ Institute for the Arts, Enschede, the Netherlands
Pre-university education at Goois Lyceum, Bussum, the Netherlands

Grants
1992: Netherlands Foundation for Visual Arts, Design and Architecture (Fonds BKVB) grant recipient
1989: Fonds BKVB grant recipient

Countries
Europe: Germany, England, Sweden, Poland, Lituania, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Austria, Switzerland, France, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia, Bosnia, Albania, Greece, Moldavia

Turkey, Syria, Jordan, Israel, Dubai
Morocco, Egypt, Sudan, Kenia, Nigeria, South Africa
Bolivia, Argentina, Brazil, Venezuela, Surinam
United States, Nicaragua, Haiti, Dominican Republic, Jamaica, The Bahamas , Costa Rica
Taiwan, Vietnam, Indonesia, Bangladesh, Nepal, Malaysia, Philippines

Languages
Native Dutch, English, German