This candidate has several clusters of abilities including a deep knowledge of online SEO practices. He's very good with people and is an excellent Interviewer. For both print and media he is a capable Editor. He has long-standing skills assisting Media Personalities and Public Relations for both people and products. The Entertainment space is where he thinks and works best right now, with graphic design and print production also in his wheelhouse. Eric has particular skills for both the Grocery and Automotive industries and he is a long-haul covid survivor.
A person of varied interests, Eric is a multi-platform visual artist with projects in oils, acrylics, metals, ceramics and stencil art. Thoroughly schooled in modern media production, he is also an accomplished blogger, photographer, videographer, editor and publisher. Keenly interested in Automotive tech and business, he's definitely a car nut. Discovering a talent for music late in his life, he now DJ's and makes 80's inspired disco Electronic Dance Music. He also has a secret recipe for chocolate chip cookies that is, literally, world famous.
Publishing is a diverse term. In the purest sense it's taking an idea and preparing it for other people, either in print or through images and moving media. This writer has taken many clients through the process and whatever the final destination of the message, it's all about taking the core idea and processing it to best meet the environment at the moment. There are technical aspects to the decisions you make and there are often production services that need to be managed as part of the whole job. Eric offers a legacy-level spectrum of skills that will make your project memorable and appropriate for the moment.
Eric is a writer with a passion for music. As a rock journalist, photographer and videographer he worked with hundreds of bands and artists to help them get their message, and their music out. As part of this effort it is required to also work with PR people, labels, managers and venues so it's a collection of project management skills that leads up to a good article or review. As the world's media unifies the difference between musicians, actors, bloggers and corporations becomes less and less so musicians can benefit from working with this writer who also has marketing and SEO skills. Whether you are looking for a writer to blog about your artist or you are looking for a counselor to suggest promotional methods, Eric brings a very broad spectrum of skills to this niche.
You know what they say about a race... don't place your bet until you look under the hood. If you look under this writer's proverbial hood you'll find someone who has done work for just about every auto brand over thirty years. Combining writing, design and video production, Eric offers an excellent understanding of brand identity within this industry and he has been on the forefront of using new tools to present cars and auto services to the buying public. Keenly interested in the automotive technology and culture, this writer has a high level of understanding when it comes to old school mechanical principles and the new wave of modern electronics. A legitimate street performance tuner, he's not as fast and furious as he used to be, back in the day... but he's still full of surprises.
For the past several years this writer has been doing extensive research about Green Tech and Sustainable Lifestyles with a focus on rural property development. He is familiar with the infrastructure needs of homes and is up to date on the new products and techniques people are using to reduce energy and resource use. The flip side to this coin is his newfound interest in Real Estate and he has taken dozens of trips out to talk with property sellers and developers about building living spaces that are efficient and integrate new products to minimize impact and maximize comfort. Eric is authentically excited about the new tools and techniques available to live a healthy life in balance with the changing world.
This writer brings a stunning archive of Marketing skills earned over many years. He's been involved with Mom and Pop clients as well as big corporations for print, broadcast and social media. From writing product descriptions to company slogans, and developing all the collateral to present those messages, Eric has been involved in countless different types of projects and promotions all while technology and culture have been rapidly changing. There is a saying â€œThe more things change, the more they stay the sameâ€ and this is key to navigating the rapidly developing media spaces of our modern world. Get a writer who understands the basics and they'll make the best of whatever the fads of the moment are.
Eric brings outstanding Multimedia skills. He's an experienced photographer, videographer, video editor and publisher with an ability to manage complex production projects. He's done hundreds of videos for YouTube and socials, including SEO tagging. One of the main benefits he delivers to clients is his ability to processing dialogue for video, beginning with remote sound recording equipment and finishing up with post-processing techniques to make sure people sound right and can be heard clearly. This is one of the 'little things' that adds up to presenting yourself in a superior way. If I do my job right, nobody knows I ever did it at all. They just see and hear what they expect, the way they expect it.
Eric's career pre-dates the internet and he has been a part of every technology development and growing pain ever since the first days of dial-up. Always ahead of the curve, he's helped friends, employers and clients to both understand, and make the most out of their online presence. This has required a tremendous amount of time organizing accounts, passwords and hosting locations for people. But it's this grunt work that has him such a deep understanding of the systems. Eric can imagine your website, write it, create graphics, build it and optimize it because he's been doing it for two and a half decades.
Ask him about the time he crashed GoDaddy's web builder.
This writer got his start in design and print doing Direct Mail, and though it might seem like an odd reference, it's an environment that makes you be efficient. Your time window is short and you have to make a complex impression fast. You're also dealing with lots of different types of companies and products so there is a need to get to the message clearly and without confusion. Direct Mail is a boot camp for organizing thoughts and making the first impression count. As the world gets faster and tighter, the skills of making a good coupon or brochure are the same ones needed to push socials and marketing messages in the ever-shrinking attention windows of customers.