Attic Fire specializes in the creation of advertising and editorial imagery for the hospitality, interior design, architecture, and home products industries.   Eric Prine and Jeremiah Hull bring their distinctive insights and abilities to the company from diverse backgrounds, but with a shared love of architecture and design.  They get excited about the process of collaborating with clients and being involved with a project from conception to fruition.  Plus, they’re just fun to work with!  Shooting locally as well as traveling around the U.S. and internationally on assignment, Attic Fire has delivered many thousands of highly produced images and gained the experience to tackle just about any project to yield outstanding results. The team is on the approved photographers list for Hilton, Hyatt, Marriott, and Starwood.

Jeremiah was 19 when he inherited his first SLR, he was hooked. He takes a technical, hands on approach to his work and loves the creative freedom photography allows. Jeremiah studied photography in California before moving back to his hometown of Cleveland where he worked commercially for a few years.  He later honed his skills as an architectural photographer in Savannah, GA, building a successful business and body of work.  Jeremiah and his family later moved to NYC to build his fashion and lifestyle portraiture portfolios.  After six years enjoying the fast paced NYC lifestyle a baby and a new business opportunity for his wife brought Jeremiah back to Savannah where he resides today.  He is shooting fashion and portraiture and is also a principal photographer with Attic Fire Photography.


Eric discovered photography after studying biology + zoology in the Pacific Northwest.  Once he got his first taste of the creative process, he never looked back.  Eric left the PNW to hone his photography skills in Santa Barbara and has since lived in Seattle, Los Angeles, Savannah, Brooklyn, Chicago and now Philadelphia.  He likes to move around but home is wherever his family, Sarah and Fritz are.  Eric began shooting interiors & architecture work in 2005 as a staff photographer for Exclusive Resorts and later added portraiture and landscapes to his repertoire. He’s been going strong ever since.  Eric loves working with the spatial relationship between a subject and its environment just as much as he loves the studio. He shoots all manner of portraiture, lifestyle and landscape work and is also a principal photographer with Attic Fire Photography.  He loves the challenge of unknown situations, and collaborating with a great team to make the impossible possible.