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Eric Hagemann is “in constant pursuit of thoughtful images”. His goal is to create photographs that inspire and cause the viewer to wonder. By blending light and shadow with the element of time, Eric isolates and frames experiences and views not readily appreciated with the human eye.
Eric believes that “a photograph should tell a story of a moment or a generation; leave the viewer wanting to know more; and allow them to create their own interpretation and end to the story.”
Eric uses various photography techniques to recreate, tailor and emphasize the scene as he experienced it when he captured the image. While some may not prefer post processing, Eric finds it a natural extension of recreating the vision of the moment.
Eric has exhibited and sold his photography throughout Maryland including:
• Station North Arts Cafe, Baltimore 2012, 2013
• Renew Botanicals, Hamilton, Baltimore, Summer 2013
• Brookside Gardens, Wheaton 2012
• Bay Country Art Guild, Odenton 2009 – 2014
• Greenbelt Arts Center, Greenbelt 2010
In addition, Eric’s work has been in published in the Kolor Panobook 2010, 2011, 2013.
Eric lives in Laurel, Maryland with his wife Judy, and their jet black cat, Barney. Eric and his wife travel regularly and enjoy exploring Maryland. Besides Photography, Eric is also an avid woodworker who enjoys furniture and frame making.