Eddie Ostrowski is a veteran pinup, boudoir and erotic photographer based in the San Francisco Bay Area. He has been producing the highest quality images of women for over 20 years. Eddie's enduring love of the female form in all its manifestations led him into the erotic photography arena.

Eddie honed his photographic talent in the dynamic skateboarding and punk rock music scenes of the Bay Area during the 1980s. As a young photographer he was influenced by artists like Joel Peter-Witkin, Francesca Woodman, the Starn Brothers, Robert Rauschenberg, Francis Bacon and Nan Goldin. He experimented with unconventional artistic techniques including working directly on photographic negatives, scratching them, using photo bleach, charcoal, paint, and various other methods to arrive at something purely original. Eddie explains, "I started out as a painter back in the day and was drawn to photography as an extension of my art. So combining paint and photography was just a logical progression for me."

As Eddie matured as an artist he was inspired by the masters of glamour photography like George Hurrell and Horst P Horst. This fascination with classic glamour photography led him to explore the pinup photographers of the 50s and 60s. He explains, "I would spend hours pouring over classic Hollywood stars' photographs, studying how these photographers lit their subject. I got rid of my strobes and only used hot lamps for a long time, it taught me to slow down and really see what I was doing on set. Bunny Yeager and Russ Meyer showed me you can make sexy images with an attitude, this fit well with my inner punk rocker."

Today Eddie utilizes all these influences and more to create provocative, superior images for clients all over the Bay Area.