Hi, I'm Erin!
In May 2017, I graduated from American University where I earned a B.A. Film & Media Arts with a minor in Marketing. Upon graduation, I received an international reporting fellowship from the Pulitzer Center to support my feature-length documentary about 80 million unexploded American bombs in Laos, This Little Land of Mines, expected to premiere in early 2019. I currently work as a professional video editor in Baltimore and have interned for several video production companies, including Discovery Channel and Animal Planet. I’ve studied abroad in Edinburgh, Scotland and Laos, and in June 2015, I was a Marketing EDGE Collegiate Scholar. In April 2017 I received American University’s School of Communication's peer-nominated Woman of the Year award and a Society of Professional Journalists Mark of Excellence Award for my reporting on Laos. In July 2018, I premiered my short documentary, Southern Sustainability, about a sustainability start-up in Richmond, at the Southern Maryland Film Festival. While I love directing and editing, my true passion is composing and producing musical score for film. On the weekends, you can find me traveling, hanging out with my huge family, and playing with my dogs, Ruby and Gatsby. Currently, I'm obsessed with hyyge-ing, martial arts, and dachshund Instagram accounts.
If you would like to see my resume, or just want to talk, please feel free to shoot me an email.