In July 1968, after dropping out of photo school in California, Eric arrived in England where he became part of the London music scene, photographing Jimi Hendrix, The Rolling Stones, The Who, and others.
He returned to Canada in 1970 and built a career that put his photographs on the covers of many Canadian magazines. In 1982 he moved to Nova Scotia and won a National Magazine Gold Award for a photo essay in Maclean's.
In recent years Eric has created a fine-art series of his rock & roll shots, a series of straight-forward portraits of naturists, and he's working on an ongoing series of evocative portraits of teens.
PHOTO CREDIT: George Hunter, R.C. A.