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Kansas City web developer who spends most of his free time practicing the craft of photography.

Crosby Street portrait by  Ruben Hughes

Crosby Street portrait by Ruben Hughes



My name is Eric E. Anderson. I’m an original Midwesterner born and raised Missouri, USA – that‘s right, The Show-Me State. I’ve also spent time in Arizona’s desert, on California’s beaches, and taking a bite out of the Big Apple. I’m creative & logical, artistic & technical.

Currently a Squarespace Freelancer at E2A Studio in Kansas City. Previously, in New York City doing important work as a Template Developer at Squarespace. I’m a self-taught web designer and developer since 2001.

Photography is my thing on the side. I carry my camera with me nearly every single day, and when I don‘t – I‘ll be shooting with my mobile and posting on Instagram.


Featured Artist at Farmboy Fine Arts
(Online Feature)

CreativeMorning Instagram Feature
(Online Interview)

The Unsplash Book
Interview on Creativity (Writing Contributor)

Offscreen Magazine, Issue 10
Creative Process – The various paths to successful creative output (Writing Contributor)

Flipboard: Inside Flipboard Blog
6 Photographers on Flipboard Dish on How to Improve Your Photography (Online Interview)

Flipboard: Inside Flipboard Blog
10 Photography Curators You Should Follow on Flipboard (Online Feature)

Flipboard: Magmaker Blog
Spotlight: Photographer and Web Designer Eric E. Anderson (Online Interview)

Mirrorlessons Magazine
Capturing Street and Architecture in New York City – An Interview with Eric. E. Anderson (Online Interview)

JPG Magazine, Issue 16
Camera Toss Photo Challenge (Photography Contributor)


Published Photography

Lagom #3
Glass Half Full – Profile, Other Half Brewing (6-page full spread)

BKLYNR, Issue 11
Setting Sun – Editorial (Cover Story)

BKLYNR, Issue 18
Lords of the Flea – Profile, Eric Demby and Jonathan Butler (Cover Story)

BKLYNR, Issue 33
When ‘Affordable’ Rents Push $3,000 – Editorial (Cover Story); Q&A: David Vigil of East New York Farms – Profile, David Vigil

BKLYNR, Issue 35
Q&A: Alan Rosen of Junior’s – Profile, Alan Rosen

BKLYNR, Issue 36
Fifty Years Later, Looking for Last Exit – Editorial (Cover Story)


Art Representation

FBFA™ is an international art consultancy cultivating site-specific art collections for the hospitality, healthcare and corporate sectors.

Farmboy Fine Arts
Suite 500 – 319 W Hastings St
Vancouver, BC, V6B 1H6, Canada
1 (877) 302-3232


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