From renowned legends to emerging talent, learn more about the photographers who have shared their images at the Annenberg Space for Photography.
Elizabeth Kreutz is an independent photojournalist specializing in documentary sports photography.
Elizabeth D Herman is a Boston-born freelance photographer and researcher currently based in New York.
Ellen O’Connell’s photographs explore the poignant moments in which the dichotomy between innocence and the weight of the unknown is revealed.
Elliott Landy, born in 1942, began photographing the anti-Vietnam war movement and the underground music culture in New York City in 1967.
In 1964, Elliott Erwitt was first invited to Cuba by Fidel Castro and returned in 2015 to photograph contemporary Cuban life.
Ellis Parrinder has been capturing memorable images of some of the world’s most recognised people and faces for more than two decades.
Originally a restaurant owner, Elmer Williams began supplementing his income by taking photographs for insurance companies, weddings and family portraits.
Emile Hyperion Dubuisson has been exhibited internationally and recognized by major photographic prizes such as Foam Talent, Center Santa Fe and Hyères Festival.
Emilio Morenatti started working as a photojournalist in a local newspaper in 1989.
Emily Shur’s work has been exhibited in Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco and London’s National Portrait Gallery.
Emma Kisiel is a photography artist and author of the blog and online artist index, Muybridge’s Horse.
Emory Kristof has been a National Geographic magazine photographer ever since he started working at the publication as an intern in 1963.
Eri Morita is an award-winning photographer from Japan.
Eric Bouvet began his photographic career in 1981 after studying arts and graphics industries in Paris.
Eric Curry was born in 1956 in Los Angeles, California.
Eric Engbretson is the USA’s top underwater photographer of live, non-captive, freshwater fish in their natural habitat.
Eric Lawton is an award winning fine art photographer, writer and visual artist whose work has been exhibited and published throughout the world.
Eric Lusito is a French self taught photographer, born in 1976 in Aosta, Italy, lives in Chamonix Mont-Blanc.
Los Angeles-born artist Eric Coleman began taking pictures at the age of 12. His youthful hobby led to a career as a professional photographer in which, over a decade, Coleman has grown to become an innovator with a unique style.
Erik Boker is an artist from Los Angeles, by way of New York, Alabama, and Colorado, currently living and working in The Netherlands.