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EZwolf (born March 24, 1968) is a Dutch fursuiter, professional photographer and film maker, specialized in anthropomorphic, furry, and fursuit-related themes. He was a guest of honor at NordicFuzzCon 2015 and CesFur 2015.[1]

Photography & video[edit]

EZ started his career as an advertisement photographer in the early nineties and became involved in professional video and film producing in 1997. Being a photographer and part of the fandom has resulted in many furry related videos and photographic art.


EZwolf as North


EZwolf entered the field of fursuiting in 2009 with North, a black and white street husky made by Kiwihunter.

EZwolf as Onyx

Onyx (Onyx Beast)[edit]

In 2010 EZ commissioned Onyx (the Onyx Beast), a realistic looking black wolf with marbled horns build by Qarrezel / Clockwork Creature Studio. For the motion picture Bitter Lake, Onyx was equipped with black leather armor to become colonel Raden Drraer.


Bitter Lake Poster

Bitter Lake[edit]

Together with Shay, he produced the first full feature furry motion picture Bitter Lake in 2011. EZwolf was production designer, director of photography and editor. He also played the role of colonel Raden Drraer.

Jordan Blake & The Temple of the Four Winds Poster

Jordan Blake & The Temple of the Four Winds[edit]

In 2010 EZwolf played the role of adventurist Jordan Blake, the lead in Eurofurence 16's fursuit theatre. EZ also produced the soundtracks and videos that were part of the show.

Jordan Blake and the Temple of the Four Winds video trailer (for the Eurofurence Fursuit Theatre 2010) on YouTube:


EZwolf is the creator of the EZCooldown vest, cooling vests for costume perfomers (including fursuiters).


  1. Tweet on the NordicFuzzCon account on Twitter. Dated September 18th, 2014. Retrieved March 1, 2015.

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