Susanne Middelberg

After completing a modern dance education at the Higher school for Arts in Arnhem, she graduated in 1998 from the Academy for Visual Arts, from the photography department.
Since then she has worked as a freelance photographer making independent work and by order of magazines and theater dance posters.
Susanne specializes in portrait and theater- dance photography.

2019 Photo shoot Nude 2019 Second Prize
2018 ND Third Prize, category Nudes
2018 Px3 Prix de la Photographie Paris 2018, Second Prize in category Nature for “Soar”
2018 Digifoto: Spotlight Weekwinnaar #13 – 2018
2018 World Water Day Photo Contest 2018, Winner Extreme water section
2017 Chromatic Awards 2017 with “Soar”: 2nd Place Winner 
2017 Trierenberg Super Circuit 2017 - gold
2017 Monochrome Awards 2016 -Portrait - 2nd Place Winner
2016 Px3 Prix de la Photographie Paris- People/Personality: silver
2016 Ipoty International Photographer -Portrait- 3rd Place Winner
2016 Monochrome Awards 2015 -Portrait - 3rd Place Winner
2015 International Photo Awards, Category Self-Portrait: first place
2014 Monochrome Awards 2014 - Portrait Honorable Mentions
2011 Canon Master
2008 Nomination for for the Pink Ribbon Award
2008 City-award for the Month of Photography.

Exhibitions :
2017 Portraits at Galerie van Slagmaat Woerden, NL
2017 Deelen Art, Rotterdam
2014 Solo exhibition with her Wonderwomanserie at Soho Photo gallery in Soho, New York
2014 Solo exhibition with her Wonderwomanserie at Galerie van Slagmaat Woerden, NL
2014 Portraits at the Fence in Boston
2012 Photoville, New York .
2012 Gallery United Photo Industries, New York



I believe that vulnerability makes us a nicer human beings and that this makes the world a little more friendly and more understanding.
People who show themselves vulnerable give the other the confidence that they themselves may be who they are.

When I meet people who touch and inspire me me in one way I want to show the things they touch in me. I specially become enthousiast when I see more layers of their personality at the same time. I found it very exciting to try to capture this in my portraits.

Susanne “Susanne”

self portrait of vulnerability and sadness that I only dare to appoint in images but not in words.

Raymond Thiry “Raymond Thiry”

Raymond Thiry
Dutch actor

Moritz-Jorre “Moritz-Jorre”

portrait of Moritz-Jorre

Brechje “Brechje”

potrait of Brechje

Eelco “Eelco”

portrait of Eelco

Elise “Elise”

Dutch actress