PHOTOGRAPHER OF EXCEPTIONAL PRIVATE PROPERTIES, ARCHITECTURAL HERITAGE, GARDENS AND NATURE
EXQUISITE PHOTOGRAPHY- LIMITED EDITION BOOKS - EXHIBITIONS - ART PRINTS - MULTIMEDIA PRESENTATION
With more than 50 photo books published, Éric Sander works mostly on assignment for publishers and private owners on exceptionnel estates and gardens to illustrate and/or produce art books, private limited edition books, multimedia presentations with music. He regularly works with domain of Chaumont-sur-Loire, the Louvre Museum, landscape designer Louis Benech, interior designer Jacques Garcia, the Fondation du Patrimoine, Pierres d'Histoire, many magazines (Figaro Magazine, AD...) and publishers ( Flammarion, Ulmer, Imprimerie Nationale, Gourcuff Gradenigo, Xavier Barral, Ediciones Lariviere...) and for the famous Domaine of Chaumont-sur-Loire (International Garden Festival and center for Contemporary Art).
Moreover, thanks to his extensive collections of images gathered over thirty years, he developped strong themes ready for exhibitions, limited edition art prints, and multimedia presentations.
Éric Sander is also a composer of multimedia presentations. His photography becomes alive when he creates powerful slideshows, projected on a giant screen with live music : a tribute to beauty and contemplation.
Eric Sander started out as a photo editor at the famous Gamma agency in 1977 and became an independent photo-reporter in 1983. Shortly after he moved to the United States where he published many stories on the West, the unexpected, the extraordinary, the never-ending creativity of Americans, in prestigious French and international magazines (le Figaro Magazine, Paris Match, Grands Reportages, Time Magazine, Newsweek, Smithsonian Magazine, National Geographic World, The Sunday Times Magazine, Geo, Oggi, Hola, Bunte…).
Eric Sander moved back to France in 2001 and specialized in the photography and edition of books on beautiful gardens, interiors and architecture of exceptional properties throughout the world. His has clients in France, Monaco, Greece, Switzerland, United States, Italy, Argentina, Uruguay, Great Britain.