PARTNER / EDITOR
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Chevron – “Untapped Energy”
Keep A Child Alive – “Buy Life”
Splenda – “Love”
Fiat – “Freedom”
Wall Street Journal – "Phone"
Street Soccer USA – "Street Soccer"
Born in New York, Eric spent his colorful youth living throughout Europe – from Dusseldorf to London. He eventually returned stateside for a staff position at a top edit house in Manhattan. In 1997, he and three colleagues co-founded Chinagraph, a premier creative editorial boutique, which would later rebrand as Hooligan. Cutting spots and branded content, Eric has collaborated with just about every major ad agency, not to mention a slew of A-list commercials directors. Beyond Madison Avenue, his editorial resume is highlighted by feature films, such as L.I.E., an official selection at Sundance and the MoMA New Directors Series, and Michael Cuesta's Twelve and Holding, which he co-edited with fellow Hooligan Kane Platt.