- 2012 BMW Guggenheim Lab
- 2012 Super Bowl XLVI, presented by Bombay Sapphire
- 2010-11 Bombay Sapphire Global Campaign THERE'S SOMETHING INSIDE: ERICJHENDERSON
- 2010 Rush Arts Gallery (Chelsea, NYC)
- 2009 “15x100” 15 photos by 100 photographers
- 2008 Maison Rouge (Chicago, IL)
- 2007 The Forsyth Center Galleries, College Station, TX (Texas A&M University) Solo exhibition and residency, WALK: A 1950 Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Finds Its Present-Day Soul
- 2006 Canvas Paper and Stone (New York, New York) Solo Exhibition
- 2005 Studio Museum in Harlem, HRLM Pictures an investigation of Harlem via iconic images by seminal photographers of the 20th century, photographs by historical and contemporary artists and selections from the Museum’s permanent collection including James VanDerZee, Dawoud Bey, and Gordon Parks.
- 2005 New Yorker Magazine… “…works by James Van der Zee, Gordon Parks …among the newcomers, works by Eric J Henderson stand out.” Re: HRLM Pictures
- 2007 Dallas Morning News… “photographer Eric Henderson puts an antique camera to ultra-modern use.”
- 2007 El Diario La Prensa… “Possessing a distinct social conscience, Eric’s photos transcend simple aesthetic appeal.”
- 2008 What a Duck! Magazine... “Eric’s images evoke the past as effortlessly as they highlight insights of the future”
- 2009 Dodge & Burn, Blog by Qiana Mestrich… “I was struck by the elegance of his photos, all taken with a vintage camera. Eric's dedication to using a film is the sign of a photographer who's true to the craft of the medium.”
2008 The West Bank & Gaza – created photography program as central feature of grant proposal to The World Bank that won funding the second round of the MENA Youth Innovation Fund, program designed to used photography and video as storytelling medium to heighten awareness.
2007 Rabat, Morocco – sponsored by Amideast and OneWorld Now! Trained youth from age 15yrs to 17yrs in both digital and film photography using the Kodak Brownie as sole instruction instrument, works later exhibited at Seattle Art Museum, December 2008
2006. Rio de Janeiro, Brasil – sponsored by Starbucks Corporation and OneWorld Now!, a Seattle-based non-profit. Trained youth from age 5 yrs to 12yrs to shoot with the Kodak Brownie camera, works later exhibited and opened with artist talk in flagship Starbucks location, Union Square, April 2007
Eric lives and works in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, NYC.