Even firemen book
This book is about my daughter Lora (8). Or perhaps more about how she, unwittingly, accompanied me through a dark and wonderful episode of anxiety and depression. Where she sometimes simultaneously was the cause and the cure.


Send me an email at caspar@gmail.com stating the number of books you would like to order, and to which address I should send it. I will then email you the payment details and, after your payment, send you your numbered and signed book(s).

Payment via PayPal is recommended for international payments.

The book costs €25, excl. shipping.

But if you happen to be in Amsterdam, we could simply meet up and save you the postage...

Even Firemen is also available from the webshop at PhotoQ Bookshop, or at the actual store in the centre of Amsterdam. And also offline at the Stedelijk Museum bookshop, Athenaeum Boekhandel and at the bookshop of the Nederlands Fotomuseum in Rotterdam.
If you are in Tokyo (or somewhere near) you can order Even Firemen from the Japanese bookshop flotsambooks.


For €50 incl. shipping I will send you a signed and numbered copy of Even Firemen plus a 30x20cm c-print of any photo of your choice from the book, to any location in the world.

The Even Firemen book is one of the featured books on the website of GUP Magazine

Dutch newspaper Het Parool published an article about the Even Firemen series before the book was out.

The friendly folks at Have A Nice Book made a preview video of the book:


The book is a carefully designed and crafted hardcover, as this project deserves no less. The cover is made of Imperial 4500 – a beautiful linen material, and the photos are printed on 150 grams Arctic Volume Cream paper. The offset printing is done by renowned Amsterdam printer drukkerij robstolk. Even Firemen is 80 pages and features 39 photographs. The first edition is an exclusive 250 numbered copies.

I am proud that Even Firemen is published by Plague Press Publishing – the publishing house of photographer Matt Stuart.

“Papa, I’ll tell you a secret. And if we can keep this a secret until I am seven, the secret will become a diamond.”

“If you’re old, you’re either ugly or dead.”

“There. I threw you into the Lost Machine. Now you are lost.”

"Papa, does everyone die?"
"Yes, sweetheart. Everyone."
"Even firemen?"

“Outside is very, very big.”