You Found Me!


Now that you’re here, take a look around. I bet you’ll discover something new.

You may have come here looking for my photography, and while there are some samples located in the link to the right, you can find more images and a lot more information about the kind of work I do, ongoing projects, and forthcoming shows and photo books in my photo blog, where newer images surface with regularity. This snazzy little embedded orange link will magically transport you to the photo blog.

Or maybe you’re curious about how an independent historian makes his way in the world these days without a cozy academic job to pay the bills. You might be intrigued by the projects that have come my way over the past few years, or maybe you’re wondering if I’m the guy who can solve your history mysteries. Either way, the links to the right will surely shed some light on my interests, past projects, and some hints about current clients and the kinds of work I am accepting at present.

Or perhaps by some serendipitous coincidence, you’re one of the folks who has heard about Song of Attica, the mysterious novel I’ve been crafting in secrecy for the last couple of years. Well, it’s finally about time for that story to be told, at long last. You can learn more about it to the right as well.

Then there is the somewhat remote possibility that you’ve heard about me occasionally locking myself in an editing room for days at a time with Final Cut Pro, a stash of Diet Coke and salt ‘n’ vinegar potato chips, and a bunch of random archival images, frantically crafting something I refer to–somewhat inexactly–as a documentary film. The link to the right would be the place to find out about those experiments, too.

Yeah, I’m kind of a quirky guy. Most people eventually ask me, “So, what exactly do you DO?” The short answer is that I’m doing what I love. I hope that my work, one way or another, one genre or another, brings you at least a fraction of the happiness that it brings to me.

And thanks again for stopping by.


Unless otherwise noted, all images and text are copyrighted material and may not be reproduced or otherwise distributed in any form or manner without prior written permission from Eric Plaag.


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