Eric van den Brulle studied fashion photography with acclaimed photo-icon William Klein at Parsons and later studied cinematography with Academy Award winner Gordon Willis at SVA in New York City. He began his photography career as an assistant to celebrity photographer Annie Leibovitz during her famed GAP portrait period. His own career has included a wide range of clients: MoMA, Michael Kors, Mexx, Lionel, Cole Haan, architect Robert Stern for The 7th Art, luxury kitchen designer St. Charles, Fox & Fowle Architects, EYP Architects, Jonathan Taylor Design, designers Brad Ford and Carolyne Roehm for Wantful Magazine, and designer Craig van den Brulle to name a few. His work has appeared in Travel & Leisure, Vogue, Men’s Journal, Paper, Roomplanners, ForbesLife Magazines as well as The New York Times. His series of architectural images, “Structures,” was reviewed by ARTnews contributor Barbara Pollack. He has exhibited in New York with Clic Gallery, Mary Gearhart Gallery and the Puffin Gallery. His work over the years has been recognized as some of the best work in photography by many of the industry’s most prestigious creative periodicals, including Communication Arts, Graphis and American Photography. Eric became a frequent supporter of Tibet House, donating his images to the annual Tibet House Annual Benefit Auction after a photographic trek through Tibet with singer/songwriter James Taylor. His work has been collected by fashion icon Donna Karan, Academy Award film director Robert Benton, pop artist Takashi Murakami, and model Frederique van der Wal.