Edge of Light | Art by Eric Christopher Jackson

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Edge of Light | Art by Eric Christopher Jackson

Series | Jacksonville Beach

Introduction Where do you go when you’re feeling a bit low? Throughout my life, when I’ve needed to clear my head…I like to rest near water. Within the city, it can be a large Fountain. However, the beach is the best place to unwind. The smell of the ocean water,

Touch the Shore by Eric Christopher Jackson

Touch the Shore (2018)

I have been continuing to Edit the “Vilano Beach” Series, which was captured almost three months ago. It’s been challenging to Sort through because over 600 shots were taken. Normally, I take less than 150 shots per outing. Yet, the location was so beautiful and so many opportunities for good

Eric Christopher Jackson

In the Studio

Behind-the-Scenes. I love experimenting with a single light source against a black background. Over this 10-year journey I have become comfortable with being a Photograhic Artist ‘in front’ of the Camera. Yes. Getting the right Composition is the toughest part. I have to anticipate not only my position within the

Artist, Creative Writer: Eric Christopher Jackson


Do you have trouble believing in yourself ..the work that you do? If so, what do you do to regain Confidence?

What is Your Worth?

Happy Saturday. Fun Fact: I can be picky about what I wear. Too often, I’ve driven myself crazy roaming from store to store in @shoptheavenues comparing prices & Styles. A few weeks ago, I needed a more formal sweatshirt with full-length zipper that would match whatever I wear. (My Winter jacket’s too

Bring the Reign| 2018

🙏Jesus, thank You. 2018. I pray that we don’t fight insults with insults and cruelty with cruelty. I will do my best to Love even when I’m Hated. Let us use our Creativity to Inspire Good & Motivate others to treat people as we want to be treated. We don’t

Rest | In the Studio

  Hello, One of the major goals for 2018 is to show more of my artwork in Print on Social Media and other venues. Often times, I am told that my work looks better in Print compared to on-screen. This simply means that I will be Printing out more work

The Morning Waves (2009)

  The Story. I remember the hazy morning. Overcast sky. I was sad not to see a clear sunrise, but decided to photograph the area, anyway. I did not keep many of the Digital Negatives from this particular morning because I was running out of storage space. I only have

Willems Agency International | London

  Dear Readers. I am not sure how to share this News; I suppose I’ll simply start from the beginning. I was having a conversation with my sister several weeks ago about how slow my progress has been in furthering my art career in the U.S. Most of my opportunities

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