Eisuke Muroga is a San Francisco based photographer, working in both digital and film media. Taking on various genres of photography, including street, landscape, cityscape, portrait, and tableaux, he tries to find the image that is not the image. There is always more in an image than the subject itself. This is what he tries to capture in his photography. With a background in electrical engineering and computer science, he utilizes his experience to impart a technical viewpoint to much of his output.


2015 “void loop (int pin, int duration)”, mixed media with electronics, Savernack Street Gallery, San Francisco

2015 Photographs “Dawn”, “Nebula”, “Neptune’s Porcelain”, Friends with Karma group exhibit Pro Arts, Oakland CA http://www.proartsgallery.org

2013 Photograph “Untitled” , TRANSPORT: Where we go from here... Pro Arts, Oakland CA http://www.proartsgallery.org

2012 "Chuck Inc." Performer in Vita and Bryan Hewitt's performance piece as part of "Get Lucky, the Culture of Chance" , SOMArts, San Francisco, CA

2012 "Occupy SF" University of California Berkeley Extension, San Francisco, CA

2011 "Neko Dreams", group exhibit "Portez Les Chats", Flagstop Art Festival Los Angeles, CA


Resident photographer, Savernack Street Gallery


Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Masters of Science, Computer Engineering, University of Texas at Austin

Ph.D., Computer Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Coursework completed, Specialized Program in Digital Photography, University of California Berkeley Extension