Hi, I’m Quirine. I’m a writer, photographer & content creator.

I integrate honest and authentic and creative storytelling seamlessly with the online trends of today, all wrapped up in a unique visual style that is influenced by my love for books, writing, vintage imagery, Parisian cafes and old, dusty bookstores.

It’s all coming together here.

At heart, I am a storyteller. Always have been. As a kid, I already recited my horrible poetry for a willing audience (my parents), and the passion for creating has stuck, although on a slightly bigger scale. Because why just tell a story with words on paper, when you can tell it in many different ways?

Now, I combine my love for reading, writing, social media, photography and design to tell a different story every day. I created my own magical world online, which inspires over 200.000 people to immerse themselves in art, beauty, literature and the poetry of life.

Different platforms, one style


Are you looking for dreamy, cinematic imagery for your brand or own social media? Are you an influencer that would love to translate this atmosphere onto their socials? Don’t hesitate to reach out!

Latest blogposts

  • I should have burned the good candles

    I should have burned the good candles

    A few days ago I saw a tweet that said: ‘The best New Year’s resolution I ever made was to start devouring all my nicest things, and save no small pleasure for an unspecified future. Now I burn the good candles, wear the expensive perfume at home, scribble imperfectly in pretty notebooks. You can’t pin…

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  • Digital wisdom: 6 online articles I absolutely loved

    Digital wisdom: 6 online articles I absolutely loved

    The internet is a big, big place, and it’s easy to get lost in the wilderness of spam, clickbait, trash and memes. But every now and then, you run into something really good. Something that makes you think for days, something that inspires you, something that makes you gasp in surprised recognition. I love those…

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  • I need to stop watching the clock

    I need to stop watching the clock

    My mind has been so loud lately, impatience seeping from every thought. Impatience for what, I don’t know. For something new, for the leaves to turn brown, for writing inspiration, for my hair to grow out, for life. Time seems to be moving so fast I forget I exist right now, too. This summer taught…

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  • Review: a surprising Elena Knows by Claudia Piñeiro

    Review: a surprising Elena Knows by Claudia Piñeiro

    Even though I went into Elena Knows without any expectations, Claudia Piñeiro still somehow ended up not being what I expected. Where you might expect a simple murder mystery, this story eventually crawls itself a way into your heart to tug at the strings there. Elena Knows Elena’s daughter died of alleged suicide three months…

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