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Expressing Creativity through Fine Art Photography & Creative Writing that evokes Emotion and Stillness. -Eric Christopher Jackson

 

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Artist, Writer, Eric Christopher Jackson

Biography

Eric Christopher Jackson is a Fine Art Photographer originally from South Florida. His Work is inspired by traditional Fine Art, Cinematography, and Fashion. He treats each new Project as a Story waiting to be told. It's important for the Viewer to feel and almost hear the Scenes he Captures. Each Subject wants to be seen and heard. Eric uses the Camera to give them a Voice.

Eric's Photography has been featured in Publications including Creativpaper and Lens Magazine. His Work has also been Exhibited Internationally in several venues including Gallery Du 808 in Bristol, UK and The Artbox Gallery in Zurich, Switzerland.

Eric’s Writing features Poetry, Short Stories, and Screenplays. In 2011, he wrote the Student Film entitled, “No Fear,” upon entering the Azusa Pacific University 48-Hour Film Festival. The improvisation by the Cast and Crew added to the success of the Story Concept. The Film received the First Place, Best Actor, and Best Actress Awards.

His first Collection of Poetry, “The Beginning of Me”, is featured on the cover of the November 2013 Issue of Publisher’s Weekly Select. On November 26, 2013, he was selected as one of the Featured Authors of the Week on BookWooks.com

 

Eric Christopher Jackson

 

My Story

My life has always been a mixture of art & writing. I remember being a six-year-old kid trying to build a fortress out of wooden ABC blocks. My mom eventually let me graduate to construction blocks, like Legos, yet, you lock them together with a plastic screwdriver. I took the simplest form one could make and memorized how to put it together apart from the directions.

I’d read simple stories of my favorite cartoon heroes and imagined how I would lay out my own story for their journey. Optimus Prime. Lion-O. Matchbox cars. Always an adventure playing in my mind.

Yet, over time, the little kid was lost. Buried, perhaps, and all of these dreams drifted away. Years went by like seconds and I found myself nowhere near where i thought I’d be several years before. I began to wonder: Have I run out of time to rekindle the spirit of a curious little boy?

The answer is up to me. So, I began to write poetry, trying to figure out where I got lost along the way. I bought myself a DSLR camera as well, capturing the scenes that interested me. I took a liking to movies, marveling at how they combined words and pictures into a cohesive story. I visited art galleries, again, wondering how stories are told through paintings, sculpture, and photography.

The questions became: Where is my life through it all? Where am I supposed to be? ‘Which path should I choose?’ as I recalled days of learning the basics of piano. I wanted to try everything with the resources to try very little.

Still, one poem after the other, one photograph after the next, the cloudy veil over my eyes is less dense as I navigate through this. Searching for the missing person, the heart of the child I used to be. -ecj