Erik is the museum photographer for the RISD Museum of Art and an actively exhibiting fine art photographer. He received his Masters of Fine Arts Degree in Photography from Ohio University and a BA in studio art at SUNY Geneseo. He also holds a certificate in graphic design from the Rhode Island School of Design. He has exhibited his work throughout New England, including exhibitions at Photographic Resource Center in Boston, Hera Gallery and AS220, among others.
His work is currently showing at the Danforth Museum in Framingham MA and at Real Art Ways in Hartford CT. He was the recipient in 1994 of an Artist Fellowship from Rhode Island State Council on the Arts. In 2005-06 Gould teamed up with students at NUA to produce the Providence Project, a citywide photographic survey supported by the Rhode Island Foundation’s New Works program. The project, which was exhibited at NUA, investigated the rapidly changing landscape of Providence, particularly documenting spaces and architecture affected by new development.
For more information on Gould’s photographic projects, visit www.erikgould.net.