Frank Wiersema is a photographer who is specialized in showing what life must have looked like in various periods in history. His passion for prehistory made working with Hunebedcentrum an obvious choice. Frank Wiersema and Hunebedcentrum share the same vision; to make life in the stone-age come to life. Where it is usually something very abstract, their aim is to make this era tangible. In 2017 they colaborated to make a photo series on various aspects of life with the Funnelbeaker people (the Hunebed builders).
Frank Wiersema graduated from the Photoacademy Amsterdam in 2010 with illustrational photography. He likes to tell stories and to make life just that bit more interesting than everyday life. During his time at the academy he developed a style characterized by hyper-realism and a keen eye for detail. After his graduation he started applying his type of production to history, a subject-matter that he has been passionate about for most of his life. Through different projects, he built a network of living history and experimental archaeology, enabling him to set up high end productions that picture a detailed and vivid image of everyday life, in a historically correct way.