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“One of the more creative people I have had the privilege of knowing and working with, Eric has a passion for engaging with audiences in ways that are truly noteworthy. His talents are further strengthened by an eagerness to learn and try new things. Eric’s fresh perspectives and the means by which he approaches them, always seem to resonate with viewers. The skills and experience that Eric brings to the table are incomparable and a great asset to have, whether it be in a collaborative setting or solo.”
“I’ve had the pleasure of working with Eric at Eastbay for a little over two and a half years, and even closer over the past year as my coordinator. During this time, I got a first-hand look at how he works and the contributions he brings to a team creatively and analytically. Eric is someone who is creative, innovative and isn’t afraid to take charge of something he believes in. He excels as a leader or contributor while continuously bringing an infectious energy to those around him.”
“I have been working with Eric for about two years at Eastbay. We have collaborated and worked on numerous projects together. Eric is truly able to see things from an analytic side and creative side simultaneously. This has worked to his advantage when executing campaigns, creating consumer experiences, and other marketing initiatives.”
“Eric is willing to go above and beyond to get the job done. He is super creative and a great team player. He’s always dialed into the latest trends making him someone you definitely want to have on your team if you want to be on top.”
“Eric’s confidence in his abilities is clear from the first time you meet him and that has led his project teams to believe that much can be accomplished. He pushes his peers to accept risk and take chances for the good of advancement and innovation. And the outcomes are more powerful because of that. I know that if I want to bring people out of the box, Eric should be in the brainstorm room!”