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I was first interested in Erik's cityscapes, but was blown away by his work in portrait photography. Its hard to find photographers who are able to capture both genres so intensely with such rich quality. Erik also has the ability to capture what his clients want without losing his artistic twist on his work. I would definitely recommend him professionally as well as personally.Oct 15, 2013
Erik responded to our thumbtack request very quickly and was very attentive to our requirements. He did some enhancements to our photo to make us look our best and we could not be more pleased with his service.Feb 8, 2014Verified
Erik was a true professional from start to finish. He was attentive to our needs and worked with us to create a superb photo shoot with outstanding photographs and customized the photos for our website. It was great to work with him and would highly recommend him!Dec 18, 2014Verified
Erik was great to work with and very responsive to email and phone calls. I definitely recommend him to others, especially those looking for head shots or editorial photos.Sep 17, 2014Verified
Real Estate and Architectural Photography
Eric did a fantastic job on the photography for my centers. I knew he would considering his fantastic portfolio. Even still I was pleasantly surprised as he really outdid himself. I will definitely work with him on other projects in the future. Thanks Eric!May 28, 2014Verified
- What types of customers have you worked with?I don't have common jobs. I don't shoot the same for any client. I can honestly say this because I want to know what each clients wants to accomplish to set themselves apart from everyone else with their photos. I want my work to excel and I assume that each of my clients wants their project to do the same.
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?Ask any potential photographer to identify their best work. A self-respecting photographer that really cares about their work --and will ultimately care about your work --should answer somewhere along the lines of, "I haven't shot it yet". I know I haven't.