A LITTLE ABOUT ME
As a child, Eric’s contributions to advertising were disappointing at best. So after graduating from Williams College, he took his incredibly pertinent Political Economy degree to the Creative Circus. Two years and one portfolio later, Eric became Goodness Manufacturing’s fifth – and lankiest – hire.
Eric has subsequently created integrated branding campaigns for Tile, Hulu, Nest, Lay's, Lego Star Wars, El Pollo Loco and the National Congress of American Indians, among others. Along the way, he became a Creative Director at Trailer Park. After a delightful stint freelancing, Eric hopped back on the full-time train with the good folks at Deutsch LA.
When he isn’t burning the midnight oil, Eric enjoys masters swimming, nerdy board games and tending to his budding (pun very much intended) bonsai collection.
FOUR THINGS OF WHICH I'M PROUD
• Sparking a national conversation about the insensitivity of the mascot of Washington’s Football Team
• Leading the creative efforts of Trailer Park's Neutrogena global AOR pitch win
• All the incredibly talented people I’ve had the pleasure of working with and learning from
• My 4.9 star Uber passenger rating
May 2017 - The Present Day
June 2016 - May 2017
Goodness Mfg. / Trailer Park - Los Angeles
January 2015 - June 2016
Associate Creative Director
September 2012 - December 2014
September 2011 - September 2012
February 2010 - September 2011
February 2008 - February 2010
Awards and references available upon request.
Hulu, Tile, Red Bull, Nest, Toshiba, Neutrogena, Nintendo, Frito-Lay, The National Congress of American Indians & Change The Mascot, Vail Resorts Group, El Pollo Loco, Fiat Chrysler Automotive, Lucas Arts, Pearl Izumi, and more pitches than I could possibly ever remember.
The Creative Circus - Atlanta, GA
January 2006 - December 2007
Williams College - Williamstown, MA
B.A. Political Economy
September 2001 - May 2005
My googleganger, Eric Manchester, is a well-renowned adult film actor
Personal finance savant
Perhaps the only Bills/Cubs/Lakers fan on Earth
Shakespeare gave the English language "eyeball". I gave it this.