About Erik Holladay
HOLLADAY, ERIK is a photojournalist at the Jackson Citizen Patriot, a 30,000-circulation daily serving the Jackson, MI, area. Holladay started shooting professionally at age 15 for weekly newspaper in Grand Rapids, MI. After earning a bachelor's degree in photography from Grand Valley State University, he joined the Grand Rapids Press photography staff in 1995. He moved to the Flint Journal in 2001, and then joined the Citizen Patriot in 2005. Holladay is also an instructor at Michigan State University, where he teaches a class in photojournalism. A sports enthusiast, he enjoys any game that requires a ball and recently discovered the challenges of yoga. A self-confessed information nerd, he spends hours on the Net, as well as reading dozens of books annually. He is big proponent of building camaraderie among his work colleagues and enjoys hanging out after-hours.
- Was accepted for Jul 06-11 2008 Multimedia Training.
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- Creative Growth
- Creative Growth sparked a movement in the 1970s for artists with disabilities. The Oakland-based center has blossomed into a studio and gallery with international reach that today remains focused on ...