At The Edge Article in University Magazine

Our big plans and innovative ideas of having film in research are getting more and more attention! The Wageningen University magazine Resource has a big article about our journey in New Jersey. Readers can even win two tickets to the premiere! Read the article here (For now only in Dutch unfortunately) Quick translation of the … More At The Edge Article in University Magazine

The Trailer!

Yes, the moment is here to present the trailer of At The Edge – The Documentary! Februari 16th is the colloquium and Februari 18th the film première, so block those dates in your calender! Official invitations will follow in the coming weeks. Enjoy! Director/Production – Marit Noest Camera/Sound/Editing – Anouk Saint Martin (saint martin producties) … More The Trailer!

Graduation in Sight!

Ladies and gentlemen, we have Green Light. Last week was an important presentation for the course of the project: the green light presentation. In this meeting, everything we have until now is evaluated by our supervisors to decide how much longer I need to successfully graduate. Green light means six more weeks, orange is eight … More Graduation in Sight!

25 Years of HNS

The landscape architecture firm H+N+S, that has been so helpful in contributing to our documentary, is 25 years in business! They organize a 3-day symposium on ‘The Dutch Approach’ in landscape architecture. Last Friday was day two of the celebration. With home-made pies, posters of some of their current projects and inspiring speakers, it is … More 25 Years of HNS

Processing, analyzing, concluding, discussing, designing…

  Short message from the thesis room in Wageningen! About a month has past since we came back from NJ. We traded our low beach bikes for the ‘normal’ high Dutch city bikes, that didn’t feel normal anymore. The stories and experiences still very present in our minds. All of a sudden we have to explain … More Processing, analyzing, concluding, discussing, designing…

Visit to Sandy’s Ground Zero: Ortley Beach

Through the Asbury Park Press, we got into contact with Kathy Barisciano, a year round resident of Ortley Beach. Ortley Beach is known as the Ground Zero of the storm, a heavily damaged area with homes that often completely collapsed or washed away during the storm. Kathy herself had just build her dream home six months before the … More Visit to Sandy’s Ground Zero: Ortley Beach