Eric Homan, assistant professor of Cinematic Arts at the Columbus College of Art & Design, teaches and specializes in HD video production and editing, digital compositing, motion graphics, and sound design. He has received several awards from around the world for his artwork, including a Telly Award in 2001 for his computer animation piece Life Forms. His documentary short films include Treasures of the Hocking Hills, David Hostetler: Artist in Nature, Western Heavens on Earth, Comic Book Culture, Artcars, Hope & Strength: Life After Miscarriages, and The Inventor’s Angled Measuring Cup. BFA, CCAD; MFA, Florida Atlantic University. Web site: Facebook:

Educator. Documentarian. Video Artist. Dreamer. Explorer. Creative.

These are some of my cinematic professions that I thrive for in the video, motion graphics, and photography fields. In order to create original and personal works, I seek out exploring the infinity of imagination, human idiosyncrasies, and emotional vulnerabilities. In describing the diverse, eclectic content and breath of my documentary and experimental video work, I investigate upon a phantasmagoria of topics that deal with the world around me, whether they be hopes, dreams, dramas, comedies, or the collective dreamworld. Through time-based compositions, colors, light, and soundscapes, I seek subjects that appeal to me and then add in my own senses of wonder, humor, creativity, curiosity, fact-finding, sensitivity, heart, and real feeling.



Video Reel: Eric Homan - 2014

The following is a compilation of video work and 3D photograph parallax shots I’ve worked on over the past few years.