De Bock Leo
For 17 years, Leo De Bock (1959) worked for the VRT (Flemish Public Television) as a reporter, documentary film-maker, head of the documentary department, manager of the second channel and finally as head of the news department. His documentaries were widely broadcast and won many international awards in Washington, New York, Oxford, Berlin, New Delhi, Pretoria, Monaco and Brussels. He directed "The Dammed", a 52 minute documentary about the social and environmental consequences of the Three Gorges Dam on the Yangtze River in China. After several years of media consultancy, he went back to his creative roots and with great passion and commitment took up reportage photography. He recently did a series about dementia and one about health care in Romania.