Erin is on a quest to create stories that bring to life the inner experiences we all have. She has directed and/or produced 5 documentaries (“The War to Be Her” TIFF 2016, “The Other Shore” SXSW 2013, “Mission Congo” TIFF 2013, “Rising Sons” DocNYC 2016, “Made in India” Hot Docs 2010), directed for like-minded branded campaigns, co-founded Cinetic Media (working on “Little Miss Sunshine”, “Bowling for Columbine” “Napoleon Dynamite”, “SuperSize Me”, and more) and began her career at Miramax Films (working on “Life is Beautiful”, “Shakespeare in Love”, etc)
As life during the pandemic started to set in, the anxiety arose in myself and everyone around me. How can we be safe? How can we continue to live our lives while continuing to be safe? Who can we trust? And, most importantly to those of us who live alone, how do we still feel connection when we’re avoiding each other and masking-up to be safe? As the fear started to permeate our lives, I saw this disconnection evolve when we allowed ourselves a new perspective – even in the most mundane moments out on the street.