A Little History About Me

I grew up in Sacramento, CA and then moved to Fargo, ND in high school. While in college, I went to work at KVRR television in Fargo as a Master Control operator and eventually moved into News. While in the News department I helped build the studio, develop the on air graphics package and direct weekend news and sportscasts. After college, my wife took a teaching job in Nashville, TN where I took a job taveling doing audio and then went on to work work as an EIC for TBN. There I engineered, edited and directed shows.

"Do you want to know who you are? Don't ask. Act! Action will delineate and define you."
- Thomas Jefferson
In 2004 I went full time freelance doing video production for various networks (Fox, ESPN, TNT, etc) and I moved to Phoenix, AZ in November of 2006 to expand my career. I currently do lead EVS for College Football, Baseball, Hockey and many other sports both nationally and locally. In addition to television, I do freelance web design as well as co-own an eCommerce company.

When I am not running my company or flying all over the place doing television, I play the guitar, write music, do strengths coaching, and I am working on my second novel. I currently live in Gilbert, AZ with my wife and family.

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I am highly skilled at EVS and Final Cut Pro. I also Direct, Tape Produce, Technical Direct, and love trying new things.

Web Design

In addition to project managing my eCommerce company, I do PHP programming using WordPress and Laravel as well as responsive design work.

Strengths Coaching

My wife and I enjoy helping people capitalize on their strengths to live more hopeful lives. We work with teams, married couples, and individuals to gain awareness and learn how to capitalize on their inherant strengths. We use the Gallup StrengthsFinder materials as well as many materials we have written ourselves.

Recent Posts

  • Welcome To My New Website
    My New Website <p>Recently it occurred to me how old my website was so I knew I had to build a new one.</p>
    2016-11-29 02:52:00
  • Life Imitating Art
    Life Imitating Art <p>Five years ago, when I began to imagine a future Europe, I had no idea how quickly I would see my ideas begin to manifest in our society. In The Freedom Dance, I chose the setting of a post-war world where billions died but used tribal civil wars as the mechanism because it seemed a more authentic way for that may people to die and for a lone figure to rise to savior status. My fantasy projection seemed just that—fantasy—yet here in 2018, we are hearing pundits talking seriously about civil war. Violence from the left and right has increased and it seems that everyone is taking sides.</p>
    2018-10-08 13:35:00

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  • Eric Falkner
  • Email: efalkner at yahoo dot com
  • Phone: (615) 390-9807

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