Romke Hoogwaerts is a photographer, filmmaker and writer based in Brooklyn.

He was born in Atlanta (1990) and raised internationally, spending most of his youth in Singapore. He graduated from SVA in NYC with a degree in Visual & Critical Studies (2013). He founded Mossless (2009-2017), a unique digital and print magazine on photography. He has been involved in a variety of other independent efforts, most recently acting as co-editor of The Reservoir (2017-present), a web zine of conversations on the politics of image making. He has written for magazines, blogs, designed websites, edited books, curated shows and worked as a photo editor at Businessweek (2014), NYT Mag (2015) and MSNBC (2015-2016).  Gnomic recently published his first photobook, Vreugdevuur Scheveningen (2018), on the subject of massive sparring bonfires. He lives in Brooklyn where, while working on other projects, he is developing two documentary films.
Brooklyn, New York