Eric Joseph is a photographer and the Senior Vice President of New Business and Product Development at Freestyle Photographic Supplies. His interest in photography was piqued during a Sierras backpacking trip with his high school biology class.
Eric went on to graduate from California State University, Northridge in 1985 with a B.A. in Art, specializing in Photography. His advanced photography and primary mentoring instructor was Jerry McMillan, an internationally respected photographer who was part of the groundbreaking “Photography into Sculpture” exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art, New York in 1970.
After freelancing and exploring the boundaries of fine art photography, Eric began his career at Freestyle Photographic Supplies in 1986, where he worked his way up to his current VP position. Eric travels across the United States leading a seminar entitled, "The World of Inkjet Paper...The Print Matters!" Speaking at colleges, universities, commercial labs, photo clubs and professional photographic organizations, Eric teaches photographers the knowledge to make the necessary decisions about their digital output and to bring out their individual artistic uniqueness.