Eric Kroll  

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Eric Kroll (born 23 October 1946 in New York City) is a Fetish photographer and editor living in San Francisco, California (U.S.).

Work

Eric Kroll has published some collections ("Fetish Girls" and "Beauty Parade"), composed introductions for influential works such as the compiled two-volume "Bizarre" collection and some Taschen folios. Kroll is a man with a profound love for the diversity of fetish, and has done much to encourage newcomers to the field, as well as to inspire them with his camera work.

Books by Erik Kroll




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