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Frank De Mulder (born 22 August 1963 in Ghent) is a Belgian Photographer.
De Mulder got his first camera from his father at the age of 12 and became soon addicted to the “silver” image in the darkroom. At 17 he started to copy the photos of David Hamilton, invested all his pocket money in photo equipment and learned by books the world of light and photography. He studied film direction at RITS in Brussels and continued his studies in Ghent at the Royal Art Academy, where he graduated cum laude.
He started his career as a cameraman and director of photography in several short movies and commercials. At the age of 29 he decided photography was his real passion. Since then he worked his way up to photographer working for large advertising campaigns and well known magazines, including Playboy, FHM, and GQ.
Today, he is best known as a nude art photographer. He is also known by the teNeues publishing of three books, containing the intimate impressions of female emotions and beauty.
He and his associate Michèle Van Damme have built a total of three studios, the latest in Merelbeke near Ghent.