Eric Koval is an American Photographer with an extensive history in photography and camera work in film and television. Eric's work has been seen on various shows for DIY, History Channel, Amazon, CNN, CNBC, TLC, Fox Sports, NBC, and YouTube Red.
From portrait to product photography, to reality television and independent films, to abstract and altered views... Eric approaches every subject with the intent to make something stand out and be visually appealing.
He has worked for the television shows Tree House Masters, Return to Amish, Dancing with the Stars, Spartan Race, My 600Lb Life, Four Weddings, Deadliest Decade, First Time Flippers, and has done work for the American Diabetes Association. Though he loves every project equally, he says that the one that stands out in his mind as one of his favorites was his position as lead A.C. on the in studio video segments for Jeff Goldblum's album "The Capitol Studio Sessions". Eric says it's, mainly, because of his intense love of music and the history that the walls of Capitol Records' studios A and B had witnessed over the years.
Born in Pennsylvania, Eric got his start working in photography and video in 2007 and hasn't looked back. He spends most of his time on the road bouncing between various television shows. He is currently a resident of Pennsylvania, but says that traveling for work is never out of the question.