Eric Lin is a New York based cinematographer. He first started dabbling in filmmaking while studying sociology and film criticism at UC Berkeley. His passion for visual storytelling led him to NYU's Graduate Film Program, where he earned his MFA in cinematography. His feature film career started with Bradley Rust Gray’s “The Exploding Girl”, starring Zoe Kazan. Since then he has worked on a broad range of films, including Adam Salky’s addiction drama, “I Smile Back” (Sundance 2015); Meera Menon's corporate thriller, "Equity" (Sundance 2016); Sophie Goodhart's dark comedy "My Blind Brother" (SXSW 2016); and Brian Shoaf's psychology-centric dramedy, "Aardvark" (Tribeca 2017). His most recent film, "Hearts Beat Loud", a music driven dramedy by Brett Haley, premiered at Sundance 2018 and stars Nick Offerman, Kiersey Clemons, Toni Collete and Sasha Lane. Lin also works in the commercial world and he has shot projects for clients such as Miu Miu, Agent Provocateur, HP, DuPont, Mattel and SAP.