Eric Broms is a world-class film and still photographer. He began his career with a three-year stint assisting Mikael Jansson in Stockholm and Paris. In 1993 he shot his first advertising assignment, both as still and film photographer, and a long collaboration with film director Jonas Åkerlund began. â€¨
Since then he has created important music videos, commercials, and advertising campaigns for the biggest artists and brands of our time. â€¨Eric’s photography has had an exceptional role in defining the expression of the recent pop culture, and his work reverberates with increasing intensity. â€¨
Among the artists with whom Eric has worked, we can cite Lady Gaga, Metallica, U2, Robbie Williams, Christina Aguilera, Lenny Kravitz, the Smashing Pumpkins, and Madonna. â€¨
Eric was also director of photography for the Madonna documentary “I’m Going to Tell You a Secret” and “Madonna: The Confessions Tour Live from London”, as well as the feature films “Spun” and most recently, “The Horsemen”. â€¨His advertising assignments include work where Eric has been both still and film photographer. In several cases, he has also been the director. â€¨
His clients include Marc O’Polo Puma, Adidas, Jameson Whiskey, Sunsilk, Panasonic, H&M, MQ, Cubus, Indiska, and Absolut Vodka. Eric also finds time to do editorial assignments for magazines like Café and Elle.