Matt Eich (b. 1986) is a portrait photographer and photographic essayist working on long-form projects about the American Condition.
Matt’s work is widely exhibited in solo and group shows and his books and prints are in the permanent collection of The Museum of Fine Arts Houston, The Portland Art Museum, The New York Public Library, Chrysler Museum of Art and others. His long-form projects have received grant support from the Alexia Foundation, the Aaron Siskind Fellowship, a VMFA Professional Fellowship, NPPA Short Grant, National Geographic Magazine and twice received the Getty Images Grant for Editorial Photography.
Commercial & Non-Profit clients include Apple, BASF, BVK, Canadian Opera Company, Republic Records, Sentara Healthcare, Southern Environmental Law Center, Tiffany & Company, United Way Worldwide, We Feed the World.
Editorial clients include 6mois, AARP, Al Jazeera America, BusinessWeek, Esquire, ESPN, FADER, FT Weekend Magazine, GEO, GQ, Modern Farmer, Matter, National Geographic, The New Yorker, The New York Times Magazine, Outside, TIME, WIRED, ZEITmagazin. You can see tearsheets of his work here.
Matt holds a BS in Photojournalism from Ohio University and an MFA in Photography from Hartford Art School’s International Limited-Residency Program. He lives with his family in Charlottesville, Virginia while accepting commissions of all kinds. His first book, Carry Me Ohio, was released by Sturm & Drang in October of 2016 and quickly sold out.
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