1/2 part of ︎editorial studio Roxy + Tjade
collaborations ︎hi@tjadebouma.com


Hi there! My name is Tjade Bouma (b. 1985). I’m an art director and graphic designer with a strong love for photography. The studio specializes in editorial, visual and exhibition design.

Editorial ︎︎︎
1. Pinkorange paper  
2. Kiekie photo tabloid
3. Maria photo publication
4. Yo soy otro tú, tú eres otro yo portfolio

Art Direction︎︎︎
1. Subbacultcha Magazine
2. DTRH Festival Guide
3. Theatre Campaigns
4. Musician Rosa Falkenburg

Exhibition ︎︎︎
1. I went on a Holiday to the country you fled from
2. Eyes on Robert
3. Beelddragers

Visual ︎︎︎
1. Cartier
2. Pinkorangeclub
3. Crafted Festival 
4. Melkweg Expo
5. Celine Cairo
6. David Laport
7. Stenen Eten 
8. Logofolio

Photography ︎︎︎
1. A Tale of Two Cities
2. Graphic Streets
3. Before After
4. Photo Journal

Workshop ︎︎︎
1. Photography Workshop: selection & presentation

Mark



I Went On A Holiday To The Country You Came From Expo
︎Graphic Design

    "You can be my ears and my eyes, basically you'll be touching the same earth, breathing the same air that I breathed when I was little." 

Guided by these words spoken by Mexican author and trans woman Alejandra Ortiz, Dutch cisgender documentary photographer Iris Haverkamp Begemann went on a holiday to the country Alejandra fled from—Mexico. After forming a unique friendship based on mutual trust and understanding, their connection sparked this communal multimedia project in 2021. Led by Alejandra’s instructions and hand-printed maps drawn from memory, Iris travelled to Mexico to visit meaningful locations from Alejandra’s childhood. The map guided Iris to places where Alejandra felt both loved and cared for, but also extremely unsafe, marginalised and rejected by her own family. Shown alongside Alejandra’s personal messages and childhood stories, Iris’s photo series presents a visual diary capturing Alejandra’s memories of a birthplace she had to leave behind, and to which she cannot return.







Curation 
︎Melkweg Expo - Claire Hoogakker 
Mark