Describe yourself, your background and what you do today.
I’m a photographer and sales representative for a press company. I also founded the Brusseleirs Bikers, a club for Harley-Davidson lovers living in Brussels.
How has where you come from shaped who you are?
I always look for the best in any experience, which have been countless both personally and professionally.
How would you describe your attitude to work?
Methodical and structured – I see a project through till end without ever giving up.
On a personal note, what would you say you’re the proudest of?
Two things: my two kids Esteban & Tehrri, but also BXLR22 “Brusseleirs Bikers”, a project I created together with my brother.
If you had to take out-of-towners to one essential restaurant in Belgium, which one would it be?
I’d suggest Brasserie Le Central in Jette. It’s a fantastic mix between traditional Brussels and Belgian cuisine in an old Brussels brewery, with all types of local clients.
If you had to take visiting guests out on a Sunday tourist trail, where would you take them and why?
I will take them out with other members from Brusseleirs Bikers for a trip on our Harleys, to let them see and discover Brussels in another way.
Sauces, in Belgium at least, are intrinsically linked to French fries. What’s your combination of choice?
Dallas, only dikkeneks know why. Mostoed, great with kipkap. And Cowboy of course, due to my American links with Harley.
Tell us about the first time you discovered BK sauces.
It was back in 2015 if I remember well. We went for a ride with friends and stopped to eat French fries at a fritkot with the Mayo.
Can you recollect your best Belgian joke ever?
A good Belgian joke should be told with a brusseleir accent.
Why do Belgians do it better?
Just stay in Belgium for a few months and you’ll soon understand why.