About

Eric Pohl

Editorial and Commercial Photographer
Food  //  Lifestyle  //  Brand Storytelling

Eric specializes in crafting authentic visual stories for editorial and commercial clients with an focus on food-culture, places and experiences. Driven by his natural curiosity, much of Eric’s work explores the story behind where food comes from, how things are made and makers who craft things by hand. He also has a penchant for landscapes, scenic backroads and the nostalgic and historic side of rural towns. His photography has been featured in publications like Austin Monthly, Texas Highways, Texas Parks & Wildlife, and The Local Palate.

Originally from Houston, Eric now makes his home in the Texas Hill Country, west of Austin. When not behind the lens or scouting a location, he can be found hiking, cooking and enjoying life with his wife, and two kids. He's also an outdoor enthusiast, an unapologetic barbecue snob and a Texas history junkie. His personal motto is - "Life is a journey, so always take the scenic route."

A few folks I’ve had the pleasure of working with:

44 Farms, Alamo Drafthouse, Austin Monthly, Barron’s, Caterpillar, Cousins Properties, Dripping Springs Vodka, Eddy Foods, Edwards Aquifer Authority, GE, HHS, Houston Business Journal, Lennar Homes, Pappas Restaurants, Philly Seafood, Ranger Creek Brewing, Schiffer Publishing, San Antonio Water System, Texas Co-op Power, Texas Highways, Texas Monthly, Texas Parks & Wildlife, The Local Palate, Twin Lights Publishing, Westfield