Throwing Candy

A little about me

I’m a recent graduate of the School of Visual Communication at Ohio University (in Athens, not the big ol’ honkin’ school in Columbus). I’m currently interning at The Dallas Morning News and learning as much as I can fit into my cranium. If you have comments or critiques, I’d love to hear from you. Otherwise, enjoy and thanks for visiting.





  1. Eric,

    I loved the black and white football picture of AVANT, STAATS, SMITH and KEFFER walking for the coin toss. You are an amazing photographer! I would love to purchase this picture for my husband. He is Levi Keffer’s Dad.



    Comment by Lisa Keffer — July 6, 2008 @ 12:32 pm

  2. stumbled onto your website. (yes, i admit it, when googling myself!) your work is really amazing. do you have any more pictures from the tai chi event? if so, i’d love to see them.

    Comment by diana — July 23, 2008 @ 10:30 pm

  3. hi Eric,

    FANTASTIC pictures of the Mt.Carmel fire aftermath in Houston’s Freedmen’s Town. I’m
    an archaeologist, and I’d like to ask permission to use them (with fullcredit/citation) in a paper I’m writing about some FT issues. Could you please contact me to discuss whether this might be possible? Many thanks, Carol McDavid.

    Comment by Carol McDavid — December 14, 2008 @ 6:06 pm

    • Hi Carol,

      One thing to mention – it wasn’t a fire that destroyed Mt. Carmel Baptist Church, it was decay. Within a 12-hour period, the city decided the building was a public hazard after a wall of bricks came tumbling down into the street around 7:30 am or so in the morning. Although there is local community organization that was dedicated to saving the church and had been working toward that goal, Houston has a reputation for paving over its history. That being said, time and decay won the battle against the church and at least two generations of local history was brought down in a little more than an hour.

      Eric Kayne

      Comment by erickayne — December 15, 2008 @ 2:20 am

  4. Eric – I absolutely love the picture that you took of my husband, Jason, in the OR. Amazing photograph. Is there anyway that I could get the picture from you? Contact me if you can. Thanks.


    Comment by Charla Balette — December 20, 2008 @ 1:59 pm

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