Eric Maierson '90, Emmy Award-Winning Producer, to Speak Feb. 23
Writer, editor, and Emmy Award-winning producer Eric Maierson, ’90, will be screening his recent works on Tuesday, February 23 at 7 pm in Park Auditorium. There will be a Q&A session directly following.
Maierson, a graduate of the Park School of Communications, has 10 years of experience writing and producing for television.
He helped develop and produce the Peabody Award-winning show A Walk in Your Shoes and served as head writer for VH1's hit series Where Are They Now? Additionally, his short films have played at film festivals across the country and his writing has appeared in Playboy and McSweeney's, among others.
Currently, he is a multimedia producer at MediaStorm, where he has produced work for National Geographic, Open Society Institute, and Council on Foreign Relations. He also won an Emmy Award for producing Kingsley’s Crossing. For more information on Maierson, visit: http://www.ericmaierson.com/
The lecture is sponsored by the Department of Cinema, Photography and Media Arts, Department of Journalism, and Department of Television-Radio.
Originally published in Intercom: Eric Maierson '90, Emmy Award-Winning Producer, to Speak Feb. 23.