Responsibility: Creative concept development, imagery and copy development; creation of conceptual and brand characteristics through various media.
Eric has 20 years of experience in advertising, design, copywriting, print, web and broadcast production. He has developed and produced campaigns for clients including the Montana and North Dakota Departments of Transportation, Alaska Airlines, KOA, the Montana Office of Tourism, the Montana Lottery, Pizza Hut, the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services, Sky Federal Credit Union, Central Montana Tourism, Moodie Implement, and the Great Falls Voyagers baseball club.
Regional, national and international recognition for his work has included two Montana Addys Best of Show awards, appearances in Communication Arts and Print magazines, and inclusion in the Graphis international advertising annual.
Eric holds a Bachelor of Arts in Graphic Design from Montana State University in Bozeman, Montana and has taught graphic design classes at his alma mater and the University of Great Falls.
When he’s not at his desk he can usually be found hiking or kayaking in Montana’s great outdoors and serving as a board member for the Island Range chapter of the Montana Wilderness Association. The Big Sky landscape also inspired his short story, “At Jackson Creek,” which won Montana Public Radio’s 50th anniversary short fiction contest in 2015; a second story of his will be included in a forthcoming 2017 fiction anthology about Montana’s darker side.
Eric’s also an avid photographer with work appearing in Montana Outdoors magazine, the Farcountry Press Glacier National Park calendar, the Great Falls Tribune, Backpacker magazine, the Billings Gazette, Patagonia’s Tumblr feed, the Central Montana and Glacier Country travel guides, and his mom’s living room.