Education: Syracuse University, School of Architecture One year abroad studying at Architectural Association, London, England. B.A. in Architecture, 1976
Employment: Cambridge Seven Assoc., summer, 1972 Vasconi & Pencreach, Paris, France, summer, 1975 Peter Paul Muller, Architect, Southampton, N.Y., 1976-1977 Self-Employed, effective 1978 Eugene L. Futterman Architect, association from 1981-1987 Eric Woodward Architect, successor firm to E.L. Futterman, sole proprietorship, 1987 – present Licensed: 1983, Architectural registration in New York State
Personal: Married, wife is Hilary Herrick Woodward; two children. Resident of Southampton New York.
Civil: Former Trustee and President of Southampton Colonial Society. (Now Southampton Historical Museum)
Lectures & Tours: -Arts & Crafts Movement in the East End, House Tour -Southampton
Then & Now: lecture, a postcard history -Parrish Art Museum, lecture “Southampton 1974-1999″ Exhibitions: Parrish Art Museum, “Obsessions of Passionate Collectors” group show, postcards of Southampton. Southampton Historical Museum, “Seaside Scenes-Rockaway and Southampton 1905-1940″
Interests: Eric has a strong interest in the history of Southampton especially its turn of the century resort architecture. This includes collecting maps, photos and postcards that show the progression of land uses and building styles in Southampton Village and the town as a whole. Sports include bicycling, boogie boarding, and volleyball.