Eric Kruszewski is an editorial photographer and videographer based in Washington, D.C. A native of Baltimore, Maryland, his documentary and journalism work focuses on people who have undergone transitions in life, individuals and groups who are marginalized by society and unique subcultures that might not receive mainstream attention.

In addition to covering his preferred subjects, Eric has a passion for teaching photography, storytelling and the creative process. He is a photography workshop leader with National Geographic Expeditions, National Geographic Student Expeditions and Lindblad Expeditions, where he travels the world guiding adults and high school students.

Publications include:

AARP, ABC News, American Legion, Alzheimer's Association, The Chronicle of Higher Education, CNN, Education Week, Entrepreneur, The GuardianThe Huffington Post, National Geographic (online), National Geographic Channel, National Geographic Traveler, Newsweek, The New York Times, Out, Slate, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, World Wildlife Fund

Awards from:

National Geographic, Lucie Awards, International Photo Awards, Paris PX3, Travel Photographer of the Year, Photo District News, Pollux Awards, Prix Pictet (nominated)

Exhibitions in:

Baltimore Museum of Art, Carnegie Hall (New York City), Royal Geographical Society (London)