Philosophy Art often shows the marvellous in the common place, and this is what Eric strives to do, offering the viewer insight into something new, yet undeniably familiar.
Style Nudes, architectural images, in black and white. Flowers and close-up abstracts in colour.
Technique Has worked with a wide variety of camera formats, with both film and digital. Since 2005, he has worked exclusively with digital single-lens reflex cameras, working with both visible and infrared light. His film photography (1986-2005) was done with a variety of cameras from 35mm to 12”x20” view cameras. His prints are produced with Epson K3 inks (pigment/dye hybrid) on the finest papers available.
Background Eric grew up in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, where he lives and works. Involved with the Arts from a young age, Eric began photographing at the age of 17, before attending the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, from which he graduated in 1995. Since 1991 Eric has been pursing his fine art photography, and in 1995, he began displaying his work in an extensive web site on the Internet. Since 2006, Eric has taught photography full-time.
Publications Assorted books include: The Mammoth Book of Erotic Women in Photographs, The AVA Guide to Outdoor Photography, Outdoor Lighting: Nudes, Have not Been the Same, Better Picture Guide to the Nude. Assorted Magazines include: PhotoArt (Best of 2006), Moist, Popular Photography and Imaging Magazine, NZ Magazine, Art Photo Akt, Visual Arts News, Wisconsin Review, Jobo Quarterly and Photosynthesis.