Eric J. Henderson integrates over 20 years experience in business, writing, and fine art photography. He has built brand and communications platforms for world-leading private and social sector firms including such entities as: GE Capital, Citigroup, The Aspen Institute (Socrates Society), The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (Markets For Good), fashion brand Krammer & Stout, Living Cities, Management Leadership for Tomorrow, and The National Basketball Players Association (NBPA) Foundation - the charitable arm of the union of NBA players. He is editor and author of “Making Sense of Data and Information in the Social Sector,” a publication cited by the Federal Reserve Bank.
As a business and culture writer, his essays have appeared in AdAge, Stanford Social Innovation Review, and the academic journal Callaloo, among others. He has presented talks and papers at Oxford University and Emory University (for the Callaloo Conference) and facilitated discussion on urbanism for over 3000 visitors to The BMW Guggenheim Lab.
His work as fine art photographer includes publication in Rizzoli’s "Harlem: A Century in Images” as well as collaborations and exhibitions at The Metropolitan Museum of Art (Theater of Disappearance), The Guggenheim Museum (This Progress by Tino Seghal), The Studio Museum in Harlem (HRLM Pictures) and Rush Arts Gallery as "Art For Life" resident. He was named featured artist in the global campaign "There's Something Inside" by Bombay Sapphire and has published photo editorials for The BMW Guggenheim Lab. He has also been commissioned to shoot Superbowls XLV and XLVI with his 1950 Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Camera - the exclusive instrument for his photography. Eric is an avid marathoner (2:53) and is fluent in Portuguese and Spanish. A native of Dallas, Texas, he resides in Queens, NY.