THE MAN BEHIND ECP
With over twenty years of experience, Eric Christiansen and his company, EC Productions, are successful in both the documentary and commercial worlds.
In the documentary world, Anita Gates of the New York Times called Eric Christiansen's recent PBS Film “Homecoming: A Vietnam Vets Journey,” “a surpassingly worthy...touching film”. Eric's other independent documentary “Faces in the Fire” garnered critical acclaim including an Emmy for Outstanding Achievement in Documentary and is still used by the National Institute of Mental Health in training trauma workers.
Eric also served as editor and post-production supervisor for the 70mm IMAX film “The Greatest Places”. Cinemania Online wrote,”...intelligent and at times visionary, editing decisions.” A partial list of his work includes director and editor for PBS shows underwritten by AT&T, Staples, and the critically acclaimed film “Photographing America” underwritten by Fuji Film. He has also edited several programs for TLC (The Learning Channel) and The Discovery Channel.
In the world of advertising commercials and corporate video, ECP has enjoyed an equally welcome response. ECP has consistently worked for national agencies and in the beauty and entertainment fields.
ECP produced all national television spots for Rembrandt Toothpaste through its successful sale in 2008. In addition, ECP worked with Emergen–C drink mix on a campaign that not only included television but also airline and in the theater. Commercial clients include American Red Cross, Nexxus Hair products, Giant Records, Atlantic Records, Ogilvy & Mather, and Grey Advertising.
Eric is a Seven-time Southwestern Region Emmy Award recipient, Eric also received an International Monitor Award for Best Director and Silver and a Gold Award from the Houston International Film Festival.