Describe yourself, your background and what you do today. How has where you come from shaped who you are?
I come from Grez-Doiceau and studied graphic design in Namur. I now work in a printing office for diverse clients.
To you, what is a Ketje?
A Ketje is an original kid hailing from Brussels, with their own expressions and language linked to the capital.
What do you think distinguishes Belgium, and its people, from the rest?
Belgium has incredible potential, yet it’s unfortunately blocked by social community problems. A true shame…
If you had to nominate three people that, to you, best symbolised Belgium in its full glory, who would they be and why?
Jacky Ickx, for all that he accomplished in racing.
Toots Thielemans, because I definitely love his music.
Jean-Claude Van Damme, for his completely shifted and Belgian character.
If you had to take out-of-towners to one essential restaurant in Belgium, which one would it be?
The restaurant Bon-bon, in Woluwe-Saint-Pierre/Sint-Pieters-Woluwe.
If you had to take visiting guests out on a Sunday tourist trail, where would you take them and why?
First, I would bring them to Brussels’ Grand Place, and then finish off by the incredible Circuit of Spa-Francorchamps.
Tell us about the first time you discovered BK sauces.
Sylvain from BK offered me bottles of sauces and asked for my opinion. Today, the only sauces I have in my fridge are BK!
Can you recollect your best Belgian joke ever?
Why do Belgians take their glasses off when tested for alcohol? Because then they’ll have two glasses less…
Why do Belgians do it better?
Because of our larger-than-life, open-minded attitude.