After Jet graduated from the School of Professional Photography at Apeldoorn she started her career as an independent photographer. She also did a Masters in Tropical Forestry. Her work as a photojournalist and street photographer focuses on areas affected by sociopolitical tensions. She usually works on self-initiated projects, such as the former coal mining area of Liege - Belgium (2000-2008), the antiglobalist movement (2000-2004) and the Turkish Spring in Istanbul (2013). Her work is frequently published in national and international media.
She is represented by the photo agency de beeldunie
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