Eric Grigorian has worked as a photojournalist since 2000, documenting everything from conflict zones to politics to celebrities to natural disasters.
Over the years, his clients have included Time, Newsweek, NY Times, Boston Globe and numerous other magazines and newspapers.
After a long period of living and working in Los Angeles, Eric moved to Yerevan, Armenia where he is currently based. In addition to working with news and editorial publications, he has collaborated with several non-profit organizations documenting their work and causes.
Eric also teaches visual storytelling and photography.
He has received numerous photography awards - including the World Press Photo 2003.
In Artsakh, there is a somber air of loss, uncertainty and grief. During 45 days of war, everyone and everything from soldiers to villagers, trees to structures were afflicted and irreversibly altered. A collection of images from November 12-14, a few days after the "peace" agreement.
The ongoing war in Artsakh has profoundly impacted the Armenian world. Photojournalist Eric Grigorian's photo essay reflects on those who have had to bear the heavy human toll in protecting and safeguarding the homeland. Images are from Artsakh, Goris and Yerevan, taken between October 24 and November 5, 2020.
Photojournalist Eric Grigorian captures the devastation of war, its destruction of lives, heritage sites and schools. A portrait of a nation at war, of a capital where the elderly and the grieving live underground.