Eric graduated from Texas Christian University in 2006 with a B.S. in Film Analysis and an English minor. He dipped his toes into retail management before starting a family and getting back to writing.
It began with a blog on Game Informer in 2012. Eric was soon ‘promoted’ to featured community blogger, with posts appearing directly on the main page.
In August 2013 Eric joined the gaming and entertainment website Leviathyn as a regular contributor, and in December 2013 he accepted the position of PC Section Editor. As an Editor Eric curated the entire PC Section of the site, including editing and guiding PC Section contributors as well as posting his own reviews, previews, interviews and features. You can find his published articles on his Leviathyn Author Page.
In October 2014 Eric began freelance writing, continuing to specialize in writing about games and gaming culture. He has been published with CG Magazine, The Dallas Morning News (GuideLive), PC Gamer, Pixelkin, Playboy, Polygon, Zam, and Tabletop Gaming Magazine. You can find a rotating list of his most recent work on his Pressfolio page. The full archive of published works can be found here.
In April 2016 Eric began writing daily news articles for Pixelkin. Beginning January 2017 he has contributed multiple news articles per day, as well as providing the majority of the reviews and feature content on the site.
He lives near Fort Worth, Texas with his wife and daughter, two dogs, two cats, three fish tanks, some hermit crabs, and a bookshelf full of Transformers.