At this particular time I have no one Particular person to grieve for, though there must Be many, many unknown ones going to dust I often recall this verse by Elizabeth Jennings from her poem In Memory of Anyone Unknown to Me when I view images that cause
One day, while wandering a small village in southeastern Ohio, I stumbled on a rugged-looking man and his two sons cleaning up muddy dirt bikes at a car wash. Most of the folks I had encountered up until this point were incredibly distrustful of outsiders
I first met Matt Eich in 2011 when we were on a three-person panel at the Savannah College of Art and Design. I had long admired his work and accomplishments when I discovered how young he was and that he had been helping support a beautiful family of fou
A startup called Viewfind is trying to change all that. A newly launched Kickstarter from the company is trying to raise $25,000 to produce five long-term documentary projects from Sara Naomi Lewkowicz, Ruddy Roye, Beth Nakamura, Benjamin Lowy and Matt Eich.
Matt Eich is a young American with a passion for photographing the people of the land that he calls home. Having recently exhibited his series, The Invisible Yoke, in New York, Alia Thomas caught up with him to find out more about photographing the American Condition.
Virginian photographer Matt Eich examines the world of Louisiana "gator country," capturing those who hunt, farm, and live off of the scaly, prehistoric creatures of the deep South. Considered the largest animal in North America, the centuries-old industr
For the past three years Matt Eich has made the journey to Greenwood, Mississippi, to document the everyday lives of the local people. Using the Getty Editorial Grant he now plans to develop this into a large-scale participatory project that will bring members of the community together