Eric Mofford

Eric Mofford is a creative producer, director, line producer and writer.  He has been involved in over 150 film, television and on-line productions as well as numerous music videos and commercials.  His credits include the Emmy-winning television series "24," the acclaimed Netflix documentary "Sunshine Superman," and the iconic indie feature "Daughters of the Dust."  He has overseen projects for NOVA, PBS, Nat Geo, Animal Planet, Discovery Channel, Smithsonian Channel, nominated award-winning documentary, "Houston, We Have A Problem," the live action portions for the EA video game, "Need For Speed: Undercover," with Maggie Q, and the dramatic television pilot, "Finding Hope," with Chris Mulkey, James Morrison, Darby Stanchfield and Molly Quinn.  In 2000-2001, he co-produced the 13 part, ground breaking documentary series "Senior Year," for PBS and produced the web series and web site.


Mofford is a member of the DGA, has written and directed projects for Disney Interactive, Saban Entertainment, Discovery Channel, Image America, United Way and TBS.  His directing credits include award-winning shorts, documentaries, commercials, and music videos.  His dramatic blues film, "Travelin Trains," won over a dozen national and international film festival awards and continues to play in art museum showcases over 25 years later.  He has sold two feature film screenplays and has various projects in development including VR/AR and a transmedia documentary.  Eric has shared his knowledge, mentoring and teaching numerous media workshops, both in the United States and internationally including 20 years at the Maine Media Workshops.