Eric Rennie is a writer and photographer living in Cromwell, Connecticut. He began his career as a political speechwriter and collaborated with photographer Howard Goldbaum on A Campaign Album (Pilgrim Press), a book of text and photographs about the American political process during the Vietnam era. After a 30-year career as a public affairs and government relations executive, he turned to more artistic pursuits. He has studied photography at Wesleyan University in Connecticut, at the Creative Arts Workshop in New Haven and at the International Center of Photography in New York. His award-winning photographs have been exhibited at galleries and museums throughout the United States. A graduate of Yale University, he is married and has two adult sons. His web sites: www.ericrenniephotography.com; www.godwardweb.org.