A long time associate and alum of MMW, Eric Lee has taught the “still photographer on set” workshop on three previous occasions having also taken the very first course himself in ’92. As such, he borrows from the very best aspects of Kerry Hayes’s comprehensive course combined with a first-hand perspective of what helped him “get into” the industry. Eric has spent the last twelve years in Hollywood establishing his credits, and with the migration of film to other shooting areas, recently returned to the east coast to be closer to Maine, which he loves. He does set work and gallery on an array of feature films and TV shows for clients that include, Miramax; Sony/Tri Star; Fox Searchlight; Fox Atomic; American Zoetrope; Warner Bros.; Lion’s Gate; MTV; Vh-1 and HBO among others.

In addition, his work appears in Premiere, Movieline, People, Entertainment Weekly, the New York Times and LA Times as well as on various movie posters and other one-sheet marketing. His experience also includes two academy award-winning films, Davis Guggenheim’s global warming documentary, “An Inconvenient Truth” and the multi-award nominated, “Little Miss Sunshine”, as well as numerous studio productions and several Sundance festival openers. Recent films include Robert Zemeckis’s next motion capture spectacle, “a Christmas Carol” and another Davis Guggenheim documentary, “It Might Get Loud” featuring Jimmy Paige, The Edge, and Jack White - profiling the interaction and recountings of these three great rock & roll guitarists.