In 2012, he graduated from BU with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting. After his graduation, Eric devoted his available time to working on paper maché masks, a side project that he developed during college. Using silicone molding and urethane rotocasting techniques, he enabled his masks to reach more and more people across the United States and abroad globally. Today, Eric works in his home studio in downtown Newnan, Georgia. He currently displays artwork in the Dogwood Gallery in Tyrone, the Corner Arts Gallery in Newnan, as well as at fan conventions around the US and online on his website www.animalskullmasks.com and on Etsy.