Eric Abramson is a brilliant documentary filmmaker, cameraman, photographer, cinematographer and a 20 year veteran first responder volunteer fire fighter living in Nederland, CO. His camera work can be found in the Oscar winning documentary film, The Cove, about the slaughter of dolphins in Taiji, Japan.
But what makes Eric a true rockstar is how he balances his creative work with the important work of serving his community. In this interview we discuss this at length and talk about a very important new film he’s making about the psychological traumas that plague many first responders. These are the people who often bare witness to some of the most horrific scenes and have to deal firsthand with them. We talk about how this very serious condition has been flying under the public radar and how deeply these people are in need of help.
You’ll have the opportunity to become a part of making this film a reality. It’s a film that needs to get made and this is an interview you need to hear.
Ric O’Barry’s Dolphin Project (Get Involved)
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Feeling compelled to contribute to the production of this important film? You can make your contribution here and do your part to make this film a reality. Wounded Without Weapons
Check out Eric’s other projects here