Filmcartel’s Eric Peter Abramson has an eclectic eye for subjects. His work spans the genres of sports, animal rights, music and art. In 2007, he joined the Oceanic Preservation Society's Black OPS team and went to Japan as one of the cinematographers for The Cove, the 2010 Oscar-winning documentary. Abramson also produced Years In Your Ears: A Story of Leftover Salmon, a critically acclaimed music documentary that was nominated for a Jammy Award in 2008. A still photographer from a young age, Abramson studied motion picture production in college, shooting several films and videos as a student. He directed and produced ScrambleVision (Mountainfilm 2012 premiere), a film that delves into the role of action painter Scramble Campbell, the painter’s relationship with live music and the wildly colorful performance painting community.