Erik is a Director with a passion for Film and Television. He started his career by founding Kino Films where he touched all media, from video, to TV commercials and then television programs and films. He has received numerous awards for his work.
In 2009, he won a Genie Award for his docudrama Hemingway: a Portrait. This kicked off his career in feature-length movies, directing La Loi du cochon, Nez Rouge, Le dernier tunnel and Le Survenant. In 2006, he directed Bon cop, Bad cop who won him the Billet d’or at the 2007 Jutra Awards (for ticket sales of some 12 million $) and three Genie Awards in 2007, including Best Movie and Golden Reel Award.
In 2010, he shot a number of episodes of Flashpoint for CBS, as well as Lost Girl, Rookie Blue, Bloodletting, Miraculous Cures and Copper. In 2011, he directed the film adaptation of Barrymore starring Christopher Plummer that premiered at the Toronto Film Festival and won him the Artistic Distinction Award of the Santa Barbara Film Festival.
He has directed and co-produced six episodes of the mini-series Bullet in the Face for IFC, aired in July 2012. Last fall, he directed Lac Mystère, his most recent film and his fourth collaboration with Producer Jacques Bonin.