As a video editor, Eric has cut the film "Allegiance," based on George Takei's Broadway musical inspired by his experience in Japanese internment camps during WWII. Eric's videos have garnered over 10 million views on Facebook and Youtube, and his commercial work has appeared on ABC, NBC, and SNL. Other credits include campaign videos for congressional candidate Katie Hill, and Forget Me Not, a documentary by Alaskan photographer Patrice Helmar which premiered at the Jewish Museum in 2016, and as Staff Editor for Maine Media Workshops. As Assistant Editor, he has worked for clients such as Hecho Studios and 72andSunny, and as an editorial assistant for 2018 Lionsgate film “The Spy Who Dumped Me”.

As director, Eric’s narrative films include “The Park” [2015], “il Magnifico” [2014] and “Alexandria” [2014], which premiered at Double Exposure Film Festival in spring 2014, and “the New Testament” [2013], which premiered at Anthology Film Archives’ New Filmmakers’ Festival in March 2014. As Assistant Director, Eric’s credits include “We Mean You No Harm” [2015], by director Blair McClendon. Eric’s acting credits include “Dark Lady Blues” [2015] by Lola Morgan, “Architect” [2014] by Thuto Durkac Somo, “The Wall and The Shadows” [2014] by Ethan Edwards, and several of his own films.