Eric David's experience includes many different areas in the entertainment, internet, and advertising industries. He has been an independent website designer/developer for both companies and individuals.
Drawing on his film school degree as well as his experience in social media and online publishing, Eric has run two virtual film series during the pandemic:
Using his experience in data analysis, he also created two Google Sheets to help track the pandemic itself, both in comparison to other causes of death in the U.S. and globally, as well as tracking cases of COVID-19 in his local community (since the county did not supply this info at the zip code level):
Previously, Eric has been Director of Advertising Operations at Atom Tickets, Senior Manager of Software Solutions at Lieberman Research Worldwide, and has worked at Tubular Labs', MySpace's, Netflix's, Entertainment Weekly's and Infoseek's advertising sales operations forces. Eric also worked for Participant Media/TakePart.com as both a Project Manager and Account Manager on their social action campaign website for the film CONTAGION.
See Eric's latest resume at the bottom of this page (pdf file), or visit Eric's LinkedIn.
Web Design and Development
Eric still maintains websites from his former web development company, including Pulitzer Prize-winning author Jack Miles, popular Brentwood Diet doctor Eric Mizrahi and Brentwood Presbyterian Church in Los Angeles.
An excellent communicator, Eric has written for many companies and publications as a freelance writer. Most interestingly, he worked as a screenwriter on a film project about civil rights with the late Yolanda King, daughter of Martin Luther King Jr.
Eric has lectured publicly on a variety of subjects, most notably the use Shakespeare made of the Bible, the influence of the Inklings group on our culture, and the history of Jesus' representation in film at the Getty Center.
Eric lives in Los Angeles with his wife, Jana, who is an Egoscue Postural Alignment Specialist and Personal Trainer and who also runs a non-profit called Surrounded By Love, and their son, Chandler, who is currently studying theater at Emerson College in Boston. Another son, Dylan, died of brain cancer on May 22, 2013 at age 10 (4 days short of his 11th birthday). Click Dylan's name to read the blog Eric wrote about his six-year struggle with cancer, and receive his inspirational message to "Remember Just to Love."