TEUN VAN DER HEIJDEN
Teun van der Heijden is a graphic designer and co-owner of Heijdens Karwei.
Heijdens Karwei is a graphic design agency based in Amsterdam, known for the design of award-winning photography books such as Rape of a Nation by Marcus Bleasedale, Latitude Zero by Monique Stauder, Black Passport by Stanley Greene, Interrogations by Donald Weber, What We Wear by Pieter van den Boogert, Diamond Matters and Via PanAm by Kadir van Lohuizen, War Porn by Christoph Bangert, Gold Coast by Ying Ang and recently Inshallah by Dima Gavrysh. Heijdens Karwei is also designing the World Press Photo yearbooks and exhibitions for more than 10 years.
Teun van der Heijden has given guest lectures at the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague, Art Academy St. Joost in Breda and is external examiner at the ABKMaastricht in Maastricht. He has taught workshops for ISSP in Estonia, for the Trans-Border Institute of the University of San Diego and ICP in the US, for Lagos Photo in Nigeria, for Linke Gallery in Milan, 10b Gallery in Rome and for TPW in Tuscany, Italy, for Chobi Mela in Bangladesh and for World Press Photo in Estonia and Angola. Teun is one of the judges of the ‘prize for innovatory journalism’ of the Zilveren Camera (Silver Camera), the annual Dutch photojournalism award. He will be one of the Masters in the 2015 World Press Photo Joop Swart Masterclass.