Kellerman is an Englishman who lives in the Netherlands, close to the
German border. As a photographer he specializes in the shooting the human
figure and seeks to focus on the sensual aspects of his subjects rather
than the erotic traits of the female form. According to photographer
Stephen Haynes, Eric's work is "moody, introspective, philosophical',
a series of epithets he willingly subscribes to, though he would add
'quiet, and with occasional flashes of humor too".
Eric works entirely digitally and in the studio (Nikon D1X, Apple
computers, Epson 2100 printer). He admires the work of Flor Garduņo, Man
Ray, Weston, Stieglitz, Steichen, Gertrude Käsebier, Hoyningen-Huene,
Penn, Joyce Tenneson, Sheila Metzner, Gregg Gorman and Howard Schatz. He
had a solo exhibition of his work in Denmark in October, 2002. When not
taking photographs, Eric teaches linguistics at a Dutch university.