In the span of Eric Robinson's award-winning visual effects career he has established himself as a valuable resource to any team. His leadership skills, remarkable technical abilities, and his strong work ethic make him an exceptional VFX Supervisor, and have enabled him to supervise on projects such as Guillermo Del Toro's upcoming series The Strain and Malcolm D. Lee's The Best Man Holiday.
Upon his arrival at Mr. X in 2009 Eric quickly utilized his IMAX experience by guiding the studio's first foray into 3D filmmaking with Resident Evil: Afterlife. During this process Eric was indispensable in helping to shape the stereoscopic pipeline for the studio, and Eric has operated as Stereoscopic Supervisor for all of Mr. X's 3D features since. After performing as Visual Effects Production Manager on Hanna, Eric was raised to Digital Effects Supervisor on The Three Musketeers, followed by Resident Evil: Retribution and Carrie. In 2012 Eric's work was recognized in the form of a Canadian Screen Award for Achievement in Visual Effects for Resident Evil: Retribution.
In 2013 Eric Supervised Digital Effects on Paul W.S. Anderson's epic Pompeii, in which he handled some of the film's most challenging sequences. These included crowd scenes, digital duplicates of characters, digital creatures, and environmental effects. Later in the year Eric took his first role as VFX Supervisor on The Best Man Holiday, followed in 2014 by Endless Love, both for Universal Pictures. Eric's most recent project was On Set VFX Supervisor on Guillermo Del Toro's eagerly awaited series The Strain.