Jelte has lived quite a colorful life so far. He - among other things - was a chief editor of an artistic network in Nicaragua, taught himself to code in the Balkans, taught English in Singapore, organized beach parties in Goa, worked as a psychologist in a British prison, was employed as a social psychology researcher at the VU in Amsterdam after getting his master degree there, and freelanced as a writer across several continents.
His range of interests is just as broad. They include logical (and illogical) systems, what enables and short circuits interaction, that which separates us and binds us together, as well as human artifacts and the human condition.
Today, together with Etienne Koch, he aims to take all of these experiences, interests and ideas, package them and offer them to you as little bundles of digital joy.