Eros Hoagland began working as a photojournalist in 1993 covering the aftermath of El Salvador's civil war. He has since worked in countries stained by violence and unrest across the globe including Iraq, Haiti, Eritrea and Colombia. As well as documenting the political climate and social impact of conflict, Eros looks for an emotional narrative when approaching reportage projects.
He also works on travel, and adventure sport stories as well as business and lifestyle pieces.
TIME, NEWSWEEK, NEW YORK TIMES, MEN'S JOURNAL,FRONTLINE, FADER, FORTUNE, FORBES, PEOPLE, ESQUIRE, STERN
Honors: PDN's 30 emerging photographers 2006, Visa Pour L'image:Perpignan slideshow 2005, LIFE magazine photo award 2004, TIME magazine pictures of the year 2005