Eric is a passionate filmmaker with an intrinsic desire to have a positive impact on the world around him. Born and raised in Denver, Colorado, Eric found his love for cinema when he was nine years old and has since enjoyed exploring the cinematic world both from the director’s chair, and behind the camera.
In addition to operating his production company, Infinitus Pictures, Eric works as a Jr. Producer / Editor with Nickelodeon as a member of their live action learning series, Noggin.
Prior to working with Nickelodeon, Eric worked as a Producer, Director, and Director of Photography for Rocky Mountain PBS. Since 2017 Eric has produced 42 episodes and directed 6 of their premier documentary series, Colorado Experience. During his time at Rocky Mountain PBS, Eric and his team have received 9 Heartland Emmy nominations and 3 Colorado Broadcasters Association Awards of Excellence.
Eric received an additional two Heartland Emmy nominations for his PSA titled, VOTE, aimed at galvanizing all Americans to actively participate in the democratic process.
This PSA was also selected as one of three winners in the #VoteByNight New Filmmaker Challenge, where M. Night Shyamalan said, "I was genuinely moved and teared up. Made me proud to be an American."
Eric is passionate about telling stories that provoke thought, inspire, and entertain.
Film: From Script to Screen
, Intermediate, Advanced / Acting, , , , , / Regular
The journey of taking a film from script to screen is both a trying and rewarding process.
Join Denver-based filmmaker Eric Hernandez as we explore the similarities and differences between theater and film, discuss storytelling techniques to help take your films to the next level, and learn how to avoid common pitfalls that plague every set.
Whether you have yet to make a film, or have already made several, this workshop is designed for anyone interested exploring the fascinating world of Cinema.