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A Day on the Front Line


Vincent is a young man born and brought up in Hong Kong. When he was even younger, he had a dream of helping people in need in other countries, using his knowledge. He tried his very best to equip himself so that he could join MSF. After graduation, he worked in a public hospital as an A&E nurse until 2012, when he decided to resign from his stable job and join MSF’s mission in Yambio, South Sudan. Arriving at the hospital there, he was excited because it had been his plan since he was young. But he was also nervous about whether he was capable of fulfilling his dream.

See what we see – Aids is not over yet


For many people with HIV, costs and the long distances to clinics are overwhelming obstacles which force them to quit their treatment. Health systems therefore need to be adapted, and models that will bring care closer to patients need to be introduced.



The solution for fine soil treatment by Carrmeuse

Dave Davis “Up” Official Clip


Official videoclip

EVS celebrates 20 years of memories (NAB 2014)


Video produced for EVS celebrating 20 years of innovation & success

MCS Events


Video introducing MCS’ solutions for various events

Ferma Greetings 2014


2D animation video produced for FERMA (Federation of European Risk Management Associations)

Ferma Greetings 2013


2D animation video produced for FERMA (Federation of European Risk Management Associations)


msf trailer

Trailer for a 60′ documentary on Médecins Sans Frontières’s 40 years of humanitarian action. Directed by Peter Casaer and Caroline Van Nespen Produced by Doggybag Films

Urgence Philippines [Médecins Sans Frontières]


Spot TV: MSF Urgence Philippines

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