“I help get shit out the door on time, on budget, and at the highest possible quality,” says Erik. With more than 18 years of print, digital, and broadcast experience under his belt, he is the leading light of Godfrey Dadich’s production arm. Before joining us in 2004, he was a project manager and account executive at Goldberg Moser O’Neill.
He is famously averse to the term “ASAP.” He also hates “End of day.” End of day in which time zone? End of our work day, or end of our client’s work day? Just give him the exact time it needs to be done, and he’ll see that it gets done.
Erik is a native Northern Californian who lives in Pacifica with his wife, two kids, and goldendoodle. He loves playing and watching a variety of sports, cooking and tasting adventurous cuisine. When not at the office (and that is not often), he can be found shepherding his kids from activity to activity. One of his great pleasures is seeing projects he was involved with out in the wild, like the redesigned National Geographic magazine, or Adyen spots during Warriors games. (Though his wife is pretty sick of him yelling “I worked on that!”)