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PRIVACY & GDPR
EVA INDIVIDUALS' WEBSITE, MANAGED BY EEN NUL
By visiting the website of Eva Individuals (hereinafter Eva Glasbeek) and / or using the services of Eva Glasbeek, an exchange of data takes place. This can be in the form of actual personal data that you enter at Eva Glasbeek, or in the form of cookies that the website creates. By using these cookies, the website works better on your device.

Below you can find which data Eva Glasbeek collects at what times, the reason for this and how you can view this data.

COOKIE POLICY
COOKIES ON EVAGLASBEEK.COM
Cookies are small files that are stored on your computer by a website. A cookie often consists of no more than a single character combination, with which, for example, a date, an answer (such as Yes or No) or a preference is remembered. A cookie is not virus sensitive: it is a text file with no further content - so nothing is downloaded to your computer from a website. You can edit and disable the functions of cookies via the settings of your browser. For many websites, this will affect the quality of the website visitor experience. When third-party functionalities are used on a website (such as a plug-in from an Instagram feed or a YouTube video), these third parties can also collect cookies via the website.

THIRD-PARTY COOKIES
When visiting evaglasbeek.com, cookies are also placed by third parties:
  • Google Analytics (for analyzing general demographics of visitors and traffic flows)
  • Facebook (for ad campaigns)
  • YouTube (embedding videos)
HOW DO WE COLLECT DATA?
We collect personal data when you enter it yourself:
  • Filling in (contact) forms
  • Sign Up for Newsletter
HOW DO WE PROCESS DATA?
Eva Glasbeek handles your data very confidentially. Eva Glasbeek stores and processes your data for the following purposes:
  • Analyzing statistics to optimize the website
  • The correct handling of your contact request or purchase of our services
  • Updating our customer base
HOW DO WE SECURE YOUR INFORMATION?
At Eva Glasbeek your data is treated very carefully and securely. Eva Glasbeek strives to use the most advanced and accurate security techniques for sending and storing data via the website. Een Nul (www.een-nul.com) manages evaglasbeek.com and is responsible for the careful handling of the personal data that you leave on the website.

DOES EVA GLASBEEK SHARE DATA WITH OTHERS?
Eva Glasbeek will treat your personal data confidentially and will not share it with or sell it to third parties.

INSIGHT IN YOUR DATA?
You can request all data that Eva Glasbeek has stored about you at any time by submitting a request to Eva Glasbeek by email. For your benefit, you can ask Eva Glasbeek to adjust, delete or correct data if they contain inaccuracies. You also have the right to stop (further) processing of your personal data at any time.

MINOR (16 YEARS OR YOUNGER)
If you are under the age of 16, only a parent or guardian may give permission to process your personal data. Therefore, please have the information in this statement read by your parent or guardian. They can also exercise the rights that you have with regard to the personal data that are known to us.

THIRD PARTY WEBSITES
This Privacy, Cookie and GDPR statement applies only to evaglasbeek.com and its services, not to third-party websites that can be visited via links on evaglasbeek.com.

CONTACT, MAILING AND / OR ADVERTISING
Eva Glasbeek will only contact you if you request this yourself, when this is necessary to speed up the delivery of our services or products to you or when we have important information that is necessary and relevant to you personally. We will not just send an email or (unwanted) advertising. To be more frequently informed about Eva Glasbeek, you can choose to subscribe to our newsletter, which you can unsubscribe at any time free of charge. This newsletter is sent 1x per month.

GENERAL DATA PROTECTION REGULATION (GDPR)

EVA GLASBEEK AND GDPR
Our website meets the requirements of the new GDPR. The security of data and the website have been adapted to this, where this Privacy, Cookie and GDPR statement can be found. In every agreement with customers of our services, we indicate which (personal) data we store and use and why.

GENERAL NAME AND CONTACT INFORMATION
For general requests to contact Eva Glasbeek or to purchase our products, the following data (or a selection thereof) is collected and stored:
  • First Name
  • Mail address
  • Phone number
  • Any extra information you send
The above data is used to answer your questions, process your request or optimize the website.

CHANGES PRIVACY, COOKIE AND GDPR STATEMENT
Eva Glasbeek reserves the right to make changes to this Privacy, Cookie and GDPR statement. Eva Glasbeek therefore recommends that you consult this statement regularly. The most current version can always be found on evaglasbeek.com.

For questions and comments about this Privacy, Cookie and GDPR statement, you can always contact us at:info@evaglasbeek.com.
EVA GLASBEEK
1995, GRONINGEN, NETHERLANDS
I am a self-taught filmmaker and owner of: EVA | Indivisuals. I focus on capturing faces, fashion, cultures, and countries in an original way. Living in a world where it gets easier to make videos every day, I want to make sure I give a personal and original touch to the videos I make. Everything you see on this website is filmed, directed, graded and edited by me. I mainly focus on fashion videography and artistic projects but I am always open to connect with new types of brands, companies or artist to work out a plan that suits their brand and vision.
HOW DID I GET TO WHERE I AM TODAY?
Throwback: My name is Eva Glasbeek, I am 25 year old living in Amsterdam. When I was 8 years old, my parents gave me a simplistic camera which I could take photos and videos with. This is where my obsession with images began. I started taking loads of pictures of my friends in crazy settings with a lot of makeup and a lot of overexposure (I thought it made the skin look better). I loved watching short videos online and I was always wondering how on earth they managed to combine footage with music and use a "fade in". This is when I discovered tutorials on Youtube. In my 3rd year of college I got the opportunity to go to Middlesex University in London to follow the courses: documentary, screenwriting and directing & producing. After my minor in London, I started my internship at Fonk Film in Amsterdam, where I worked as a production intern on multiple big projects with brands and companies like VICE, Buddha to Buddha, Bank Giro Loterij and Red Bull. In October 2017 I finally decided to give this a go and started investing in my own company so I could become a fulltime freelance filmmaker.

Fast forward in time: I make video's every single day! It varies between portfolio work to challenge myself to grow and a lot of freelance jobs for musicians, artists, fashion companies, different brands, individuals, weddings and commercials. The best way to learn is to just go out there and make it happen. So if you have any questions or ideas, don't hesitate and: hit me up!
JUST TO GIVE YOU AN IDEA OF WHO I AM
Don't you just love it when someone asks you "so tell me: who are you?" It's a hard question to answer because: do you ever know who you really are? In this generation social media is more important than I would like to admit, it is all about your appearance online. It gives you an opportunity to create the best version of yourself and manipulate the way people look at you. Great, right? But if I can do it, anyone else can too... So all the faces and people we are looking up to, who are they really? Anyway, I am getting off topic... For now I like to explain myself as a young creative with an open mind. I see opportunity's rather than things that could go wrong and I get very hyped about new ideas I haven't tried yet.

The videos I make when a client tells me: "Do whatever you want and be as creative as possible", always end up being: hectic, colourfull and fast.. very fast. Maybe that's because I lose my focus after watching a video for about 40 seconds and I think that's because I am the perfect example of a millenial: a lot of impressions and emotions in a very fast phase, every.. single.. day..

Once I started making videos (2011) I wasn't really good at handling a camera so in the edit I would add a lot of filters and speed-ramping to the footage to make it somewhat look cool and flashy (to cover up my mistakes). Over the past few years I've learned a lot about the gear I use and editing software so I translated "the mistakes I made at first" into my own editing style and it seems to work very well. I want my video's to be real and authentic. For me it is not just about following the rules and making sure you use the perfect settings at all times to make your footage look perfectly crisp and clean. In my opinion it is more about capturing the over-all vibe while I am shooting a video. It is hard to make something look clean and tidy in a video if in real life, it is actually not. So why don't grab on to the fact that something is real and raw and make it the base of the video. A "perfect" video isn't necessarily a video that sticks and works, for me it's about recreating that same moment on the screen so you can re-live it forever and ever...

This is just my personal style and thoughts written down. I've done a lot of work with/for clients where they give me an idea or a script and I can confidently say that I know how to get that work done without taking to many risks if they don't want me to. I know how to work inside the box and in between the lines, though I am happy to say that a lot of my clients want me to be creative and work with my own style. To me that is one of the biggest compliments a creator can get.
EDUCATION
BACHELORS DEGREE:
Hanzehogeschool, Communication & Multimediadesign, Groningen, Netherlands
MINOR:
Middlesex University, BA Film, London, England
INTERNSHIP:
Fonk Film, Production intern, Amsterdam, Netherlands
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