Born and raised in Kansas, Eric Dyck lives in Lawrence, Kansas. He did his undergraduate and medical training at the University of Kansas, and his Family Medicine residency at Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska, before moving to Hays, Kansas, where he was in private practice until moving to Overland Park, Kansas, in 1991. He moved to Lawrence in 2017. His passion for photography has developed over the past several years and has emerged as a large focus in his life. Long standing interests in woodworking, bicycling, and travel weave their way into his photography. He makes custom wood frames for his images, and many of his photos are from his journeys. A yearly medical mission trip to Tochimizolco, a village near Puebla, Mexico, has also produced a wealth of images. His wife, Margie, grew up in the Kansas Flint Hills, which also serves as a source for his photographic inspiration.
Many of his Flint Hills photographs are displayed for sale at Prairie PastTimes, an artist's co-operative in Cottonwood Falls, Kansas. A current project is capturing photos of Miami and Linn County locations for display in the Walk-In Clinic at Olathe Family Medicine - Paola office.
All of the photos displayed on this site are available for purchase. Prints available include Metal Prints, Large Format Prints (24x36"), as well as smaller prints (12x12" and 13x19"). Please contact the photographer to make arrangements for purchase, or visit Prairie PastTimes in Cottonwood Falls, Kansas. Custom wood frames may also be ordered.