I have been a self-employed professional organizer since 2000. This is a great profession in which I can make both myself and my clients happy. For as long as I can remember, I have got pleasure from thinking out smart organizational solutions, making good use of space, and developing helpful overviews. I get a lot of satisfaction when I can by means of a few practical interventions empower people (at last) to live or work in new way. It is such a pity if you never get round to the things that you really want to do. Whether it’s overflowing cupboards, an overfull diary, a chaotic work environment, or a muddled photo collection, I set to work together with the person concerned in the home, at work, or in the studio. I have a lot of patience, and work with pleasure with people that are open to new ideas. I have developed some planning tools that can help people, particularly creative and busy millennials, to ensure that they complete the things that want to, or have to, do.
I consider it both enjoyable and important to keep up to date with issues that occur in my work. I gather knowledge and inspiration from training, workshops and conferences in the Netherlands, Great Britain and the USA, and by working together with fellow organizers.
I have been a member of the NBPO (Nederlandse Beroepsvereniging van Professional Organizers – Dutch Professional Association of Professional Organizers) since 2000.
I am one of the six trainers for the NBPO Basic Training Professional Organizer. The NBPO is a professional and collegial community for me. Years of experience have given me plenty of expertise, and it is a pleasure to be able to pass this on to participants of the Basic Training. I am also happy to offer coaching to starting colleagues to get a company up and running.
Since 2017 I have been a member of APPO, the American Association of Personal Photo Organizers. In this way I am able to obtain expertise and knowledge, in order to execute my photo organizing jobs in a most professional way.