Eric Williams: Conduits of Steel

Eric Williams: Conduits of Steel


The shiny twin rails of steel disappear beyond the curve to places we can’t see. Some are real and some imagined. These rails are conduits of trade and commerce, linking us geographically. To us, they are conduits of memories, imagination and dreams. They bring us to a place we yearn for, a place unseen, a place to discover.

Eric Williams is a professional Creative Director with a passion for landscape and railroad themed fine art photography. He lives in Millburn NJ, and travels by train and subway daily to his Manhattan employer. While formally trained as an industrial designer, he is a self-taught photographer who enjoys combining his mixed vocations and love of design, minimalism, and narrative to create imagery that highlights the relationship between people and the contextual environment.

Website: www.ericwilliams.photography

‘Conduits of Steel’ was the Black & White Landscapes Series of the Year Honorable Mention Winner in the MonoVisions Photography Awards 2017

© Eric Williams: Conduits of Steel / MonoVisions Awards 2017 winner

© Eric Williams: Conduits of Steel / MonoVisions Awards 2017 winner

© Eric Williams: Conduits of Steel / MonoVisions Awards 2017 winner

© Eric Williams: Conduits of Steel / MonoVisions Awards 2017 winner

© Eric Williams: Conduits of Steel / MonoVisions Awards 2017 winner

© Eric Williams: Conduits of Steel / MonoVisions Awards 2017 winner

© Eric Williams: Conduits of Steel / MonoVisions Awards 2017 winner

© Eric Williams: Conduits of Steel / MonoVisions Awards 2017 winner

© Eric Williams: Conduits of Steel / MonoVisions Awards 2017 winner

© Eric Williams: Conduits of Steel / MonoVisions Awards 2017 winner

© Eric Williams: Conduits of Steel / MonoVisions Awards 2017 winner

© Eric Williams: Conduits of Steel / MonoVisions Awards 2017 winner

‘Conduits of Steel’ was the Black & White Landscapes Series of the Year Honorable Mention Winner in the MonoVisions Photography Awards 2017


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