My name is Erin Lee Carr and I want to be part of your production/caper/plot-to-take-over-the-world as a producer/writer/girl-friday. I’ve done a lot of stuff and am pretty good at most of it. If you’re learning disabled, I worked as coach at a learning center. If you’re hungry, I’ve waited more tables than I care to remember. If you’re a drunk or just a really fun person, I know what an Old Fashioned is and know how to make it.
I currently produce video for The Verge. My work has appeared in The Atlantic, Time, the NYTimes City Room Blog, NYTime’s Bits Blog, Know Your Meme, Smithsonian Magazine, Popular Science, Gizmodo, and the front page of Youtube and Google as well as many others. Formerly, I was a Producer at VICE Media, specifically Motherboard.
I am the most mediated person I know with an external hard drive with gigabytes of film, music, and text. My internal hard drive, my brain, is in a nascent state and seeking new experience and lessons from the likes of you. I am a low-maintenance, high-effort person who counterintuits as a matter of course.
Born in the lovely and shivery Minnesota, I have moved all over the country since I was a kid. Highlights included Wisconsin, Washington D.C. and the Czech Republic. Some not so highlighted times: London and New Jersey.
But, and this is important, I always walk on the sunny side of the street.
For press/meeting/shenanigans email erinleecarr at gmail dawt com.
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