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Gina van Hoof

Gina van Hoof

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Profession: photographer
Location: Brussels , Belgium ( BRU )
Home base: Brussels
URL: http://www.ginavanhoof.com
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Languages spoken: English, French
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Last login: 8 months ago
Member since: 25 Sep 2006 21:09

About

Represented by Patrick Marchal Gallery: http://www.patrickmarchalgallery.com

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Publications

Gina van Hoof. “The Matthew Shepard Story: Secrets of a Murder.� ABC 20/20 , ABC , Nov 2004.
Gina van Hoof. Lipton Deep Green Ice Tea & DJ Pierre Out Soon , Jul 2004.
Gina van Hoof. pp. p.15, Nov 25 2003. Free to damn Matthew The Advocate , pp. p.15. Nov 25 2003.
Gina van Hoof. pp. 26-28, Sep 30 2003. Pain and Prominence The Advocate , pp. 26-28. Sep 30 2003.
Gina van Hoof. pp. N°257, pp.27-28, Mar 2002. Sewing Seeds of Hope New Century , pp. N°257, pp.27-28. Mar 2002.
Gina van Hoof. pp. p.77, Oct 2001. Laramie's Legacy Out , pp. p.77. Oct 2001.
Gina van Hoof. numerous publications La Libre Belgique , Sep 2001.
Gina van Hoof. “dans la rue la danse� HipHopMove , Jul 2001.
Gina van Hoof. Ken Ichi The Ticket , Feb 2001.
Gina van Hoof. pp. cover story, Oct 12 1999. Matthew Shepard, One year later The Advocate , pp. cover story. Oct 12 1999.

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Recent Post

Pricing photograph usage in documentary film

Hi. Do you have any idea about pricing for photos used in documentary film, a flat rate to grant usage worldwide in perpetuity… plus maybe a percentage in the production benefits. Taking into consideration this is a small production, but the film will probably become a hit. The photographs in question are the visual support illustrating the subject who is deceased. What would be a reasonable flat rate as a minimum fee and reasonable percentage to ask for in the production benefits?
Thanks for any advice which could clarify this, it seems hard to ballpark based on the figures I find for TV and seconds aired etc.
Best, Gina

02 Aug 2011 11:08 | 0 replies

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