Eric Politzer Photography specializes in environmental and editorial portraiture for corporations, performing arts organizations, social services agencies, and individuals.
Eric acted as an advocate for a wide range of groups of people in his 20 years in the non-profit arena. As an executive manager, fundraiser, and public relations expert, Eric's main responsibility was telling the stories of people, who had become marginalized and/or forgotten. The same passion, honesty and respect that drove Eric's work the underserved amongst us form the basis of his photographic vision: to represent his clients in a way that is fully attentive and responsive to their needs, best portrays them as they want to be seen by the public, and tells a compelling story of what makes them unique.
His work on Las Transformistas of Havana has been publishedt; and he has photographed over 65 current and retired Cuban baseball players as part of his current effort, The Legends of Cuban Baseball.
Recent projects include Hotel Principal and Unico in Madrid, the South Place and Rosewood Hotels in London, the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Project, the Cuban National Ballet, the New Jersey Symphony, Columbia University's Heyman Center for the Humanities, Boston College Magazine, the National Association of College Admissions Counselors, and Homeboy Industries.
Previous clients include the San Francisco Symphony, the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the LA Dance Project, the Georgian National Ballet, and the Hodjapasha Cultural Center in Istanbul.