Eriksen Dickens is a filmmaker, actor, writer, and co-founder of Platinum Peek Productions. While studying at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo in 2015, Eriksen and his brother, Soren, started Platinum Peek Productions out of a dorm room. Since its inception, the brothers have grown the company to a nationally recognized digital media agency, servicing over 150 clients around the country.
Creatively, Eriksen has written and directed documentaries such as Dirty Toes (2019), Magic in the Lane (2019), and Two Magic Drops (2020). Two Magic Drops was selected to eight international film festivals and received three awards, including Best Documentary. Eriksen has also acted in numerous short films, music videos, advertisements, and skits. He currently trains under Aaron Metchik, the acting coach who helped discover Zach Efron.
Eriksen studied Philosophy at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, and also earned his MA in Clinical Psychology from Pepperdine University. Personally, Eriksen loves animals, enjoys playing table tennis, studying American West History, and reading philosophy. He was also a life-long baseball player and spent two years on an athletic scholarship at Cal State Stanislaus.