Eduardo was born in San Salvador, El Salvador. The streets of San Salvador taught him photography. He moved to Lawrence, Kansas by chance and to study. In 1995, he received a B.S. in Journalism from the University of Kansas. Returned to El Salvador where his work illustrated more than six books and was presented in local venues. In 1998, he moved back to the United States. Currently, he lives in Saint Louis, Missouri where he is hitting again the streets with his camera.
Eduardo is something of a vagabond with a camera. He drives or walks for hours around abandoned neighborhoods, cemeteries, parks, or any place where his camera can capture a feeling of the space he visits. His work is an experiment that search to translate the images in his mind through digital manipulation. Textures, people, nature-anything can be captured. He works with digital negatives and feels that the digital camera allows him to get an image without thinking. Just an image-just instinct.

"The balance of the creative process comes through cyanotypes, polaroid transfers, polaroid manipulations, or hours in front of the computer for which patience is vital."

 

Eduardo A. Molina

Cyanotypes


Abandono ©


Old Courthouse ©


Crying Metal ©


Puerta Azul ©