A March for Racial Justice
In the wake of the police killing of George Floyd, Black Lives Matter protests erupted across the United States. This spontaneous gathering took place at Sunset and Vine in Hollywood, California.
When a storm from the Aleutian Islands created an enormous swell along the Northern California coast, big wave surfers from all over the world descended upon Half Moon Bay for the thrill of their lives. Eric photographed the action in the sixty foot waves from a doors off helicopter.
Dispatches from Hoonah
Hoonah, Alaska is a small fishing village on Chichagof Island southwest of Juneau. It is home to the largest concentration of Tlingit, native people who have lived in what we call southern Alaska for thousands of years. Since Hoonah is a way station for cruise ships entering Glacier Bay National Park, the largest economic driver for the village is tourism. In the summer months, Hoonah sees an influx of tens of thousands of visitors. As the Covid-19 pandemic ground tourism to a halt, the village's economy suffered. These images were taken in the waning days of the cruise ship embargo.
Over New York
There is nothing quite like soaring over Manhattan at dusk. This photo series explores the metropolis from a helicopter, focusing on internationally recognized landmarks like the Empire State Building, the Chrysler Building, and Times Square.