Eric began his post production career over 25 years ago at a visual effects boutique, View Studios. His first compositing platform was Quantel’s Harry with the Paintbox system. He continued his career at Milne FX on Quantel;s Henry with commercial clients and shows such as Seinfeld.
After a few years of freelancing at various post houses, Eric settled at Encore Hollywood. Here he worked for six years as an Inferno Artist where his credits spanned visual effects for episodic television, commercials, music videos and film.
In 2006 Eric joined NBCUniversal StudioPost. In 2007 Universal completed its Inferno suite on the Linux platform, including Boujou 3D tracking software.
Eric was the main compositor on Friday Night Lights series and contributed VFX on shows such as The Office, Parenthood, Parks & Recreation and Grimm.
In 2012, Universal Studios celebrated its 100th Anniversary. Eric was a part of the centennial restoration effort and contributed on such classic titles as To Kill a Mockingbird, All Quiet on the Western Front, Schindler’s List, Out of Africa, Pillow Talk, Frankenstein, Dracula, The Sting and Jaws.
Here at StudioPost Eric applies his talents to Autodesk Flame Premium 2017. Currently, his time is devoted to visual effects for studio work, restoration, remastering and episodic television.
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