Eberhard Riedel


"Photographing Moments of Being in Natural and Human Environments"

Eberhard Riedel is a photographer, clinical social worker and teacher living in Seattle, Washington. He graduated in documentary and fine arts photography from the Photographic Center Northwest in Seattle. His photographic images have been exhibited in galleries and recognized at fine arts photographic workshops.

For Riedel photography is a process in which he explores relationships both between people and people and their environments. He is drawn to photographing experiences that touch him as "moments of being." At the heart of photography he sees the power to transform and plant seeds for new beginnings.

Riedel also holds a Master's degree in Clinical Social Work from the University of Washington and a Diploma in Analytical Psychology from the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts. He has a longstanding interest in the phenomenon of fundamentalism and tribalism, and currently is focusing on a new project: Cameras without Borders, Photographic Workshops for Youth Living in Difficult Environments in Africa.

The photographs exhibited on this web site are for sale in various sizes and finishes. For inquiries and orders please use the contact information below. For more information regarding the Cameras without Borders project please visit the web site given below.

Contact Information:
Electronic mail: ERPhoto@eberhardriedel.com
Web sites: www.cameraswithoutborders.org and www.eberhardriedel.com