Vincent Buller is a Dutch photographer living in the Netherlands, with a special interest in Berlin and the USA. He graduated in Medical Computer Science in 1993 at Leiden University, and in 2013 at the Dutch Photo Academy in Rotterdam. In 2012 he was also mentored by Mark Power during a Landscape Photography workshop in Paris.
Vincent’s subject is how we as individuals and as people are mutually dependent on our environment. The place where we grow up and live makes up an intrinsic part of our self, and how and why we influence, mould and use our environment is indicative of our collective and personal ethics and beliefs. Increasingly his work addresses how the landscape affects our own mood.
In 2017 he published the book “I arrived at Cape Disappointment” about personal feelings of success and disappointment, set to the background of the Lewis and Clarke expedition in the North West of the USA.