Jeroen Stultiens started working for Dutch television at the young age of 15 when he was chosen to be part of a special youth training program. A group of teenagers formed the crew of a monthly tv-show which they had to produce under the guidance of professionals. Here, Jeroen was educated as a cameraman and a director. After finishing high school and working in television for a few years, he went to the University of Amsterdam to study Film and Television Studies. His Master of Arts diploma was a nice theoretical addition to the practical experience. During his study he made his first documentary: a film about an expedition organized by the Dutch Aviation Museum to recover a lost Fokker F8 airplane from the jungles in Venezuela. During this project he learned how to shoot lean and mean, with a small crew and a limited budget under challenging circumstances abroad. This approach would pave the way for his choice of subjects and style of filming. He started a production company in Amsterdam and worked on many television projects, corporate films and documentaries for 12 years. These projects took place all over the world and Jeroen has been to over 60 countries with a camera. In 2014 Jeroen moved to a small village in the south of Spain with his family. From this beautiful and inspiring location, he works for both Dutch and international clients and he develops new audiovisual projects and documentaries.