Erica Rose is a Brooklyn based writer, director, and producer working in narrative, commercial, documentary, and music video mediums. She’s currently one of the producers of the new Showtime documentary series “Couples Therapy”, working with the directors of “Weiner.” She was the associate producer on the Netflix original documentary “Joan Didion: The Center Will Not Hold.” She has produced films for the CFDA + Weinstein Co, featuring prominent American designers such as Michael Kors, Vera Wang, and Diane Von Furstenburg. She has worked as an associate producer with Beyonce Knowles’ Parkwood Entertainment for a narrative & documentary series centered on female empowerment. She has directed and/or produced commercials for Earth Angel, celebrity trainer Terri Walsh, Local Maven, UN HE for SHE Campaign, Vevo, and MasterCard. She directed a commercial for the TCS New York City Marathon App, which received a national broadcast. She has worked alongside producer Amy Kaufman for televisions shows including NBC’s American Odyssey, CBS’ For Justice, and Showtime’s Billions. Her music videos that she has directed and produced have been featured in various publications including The Huffington Post, Northern Transmissions, Broadway World, M Pire Magazine, and The Big Takeover. Her short documentary “Please” is currently on the festival circuit and she’s in post-production for her short narrative film called “Girl Talk.” Erica is the co-founder of the production company Sour Peach Films. Taking pride in being queer and femme, Sour Peach focuses on stories about female sexuality, portraits of individuals who are often forgotten or overlooked in mainstream media, and exploring identity within new contexts.
For more information, please visit: www.sourpeachfilms.com