Starting out in 2004 with Statusfirm he worked on CurlTV as a road producer where he learned the ins and outs of production working along side Sportsnet and CBC.
Then he was sent down to Las Vegas for 2 years to manage production of a web video startup called RawVegas.tv. Working with poker pros like Daniel Negreanu and MMA stars like Forrest Griffin, Eric aimed to make viral videos. At the height of the website's success it was generating 1 million hits a month.
After his work visa expired in 2009 he moved to Vancouver to work mainly in the commercial photography world. Aligning himself with Dead Famous Marketing he shot for hotel and real estate re-brands. In his spare time he started up a podcast in 2011 with his friend David Newberry - calling it NewbsRadio as Newbs was both their nicknames growing up. Writing scripts and delivering the content was the name of the game and the podcast is still being made, albeit now with a different host in Edmonton and to date has more than 25,000 downloads and hundreds of loyal listeners.
In 2012, after convincing his wife that it'd be a good idea, they packed up the kids (pets) and moved to Edmonton where they call the cozy neighbourhood of Hazeldean home. Since then he's been sharing his time between contract projects: Managing the Empress Ale House, taking on voice jobs from the likes of the Alberta Government, Alberta Blue Cross and WildTV, and wearing many hats for both Kirkland Homes and Accent Infills.