Biography Rizon Parein
When quitted school at age of 17 he started with graphic design to make a living, the school of Hard Knocks.
While making mainly flyers for Belgiums nightlife scene he was able to experiment a lot with classic graphic design as well as 3d design.
After a while he concentrated on 3d animation and worked for international studios and agencies as Tronic Studio, Buck, Transistor Studios, Hello Hikimori, etc.
The last years he worked more and more with photographers, integrating models into 3d architectural / graphical sceneries.
A few of the last highlights were:
Editorial for Vogue Hommes Japan (Louis Vuitton)
Editorial for Qvest Magazine
Editorial for V Magazine (Calvin Klein)
2 Catalogues of Marie Jo L'aventure.
Installation at the Yohji Yamamoto store in Antwerp.
Aside of all this he got hooked to photography, the honesty of a single click and the unbeatable pureness of reality
makes it be the perfect companion. Both worlds trigger and feed eachother.