Eric Hendrikx Interviews Brian Anderson for Rolling Stone
Friday, October 7th, 2016

When Brian Anderson made the courageous decision to come out as the first openly gay professional skateboarder, I was stoked to be able to bring his story to the attention of my editor at Rolling Stone and share his interview. Brian and his now-husband Andrew are the coolest dudes and I’m grateful to have gotten to know them both a bit more during this process.

Here is a link to the full interview at RollingStone.com: Why Brian Anderson was Afraid to Come Out

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Eric Hendrikx Interviews The Shrine for Rolling Stone
Monday, October 3rd, 2016

Man, I meet the coolest and most inspiring people along my journey, and I’m so grateful for that. Meeting up with The Shrine in Venice and becoming friends with Josh and the guys makes all the late nights of tapping at a keyboard and gazing into a monitor well worth the effort. I love how The Shrine came up in the skate & surf world and then took advantage of the marketing and branding they learned from skateboarding to accelerate their careers in music– this is something that goes back to Nobel Prize recipient in Physics, Richard Feynmann. He believed in learning just enough about a thing to be familiar but not fall into the same path as everyone else trying to accomplish the same goal. He would then retreat on his own to work on solutions, which paved way to an array of innovations. Anyway, The Shrine rules and I’m happy to help share their story.

Here is a link to the full interview at RollingStone.com: The Shrine: New Lords of Dogtown

Meet The Shrine

Meet The Shrine

Eric Hendrikx Interviews Rodney Mullen for Rolling Stone
Tuesday, July 12th, 2016

I’m so hyped to have worked with Rodney Mullen to help bring you his first video release in over a decade and help share his amazing story as skateboard icon, TED Talker, and partner in crime of Ben Harper… Enjoy!

Here is a link to the full interview at RollingStone.com: Rodney Mullen: Skateboarding’s Einstein Rides Into the Fourth Dimension

Rodney Mullen holding Ben Harper's Grammy

Rodney Mullen holding Ben Harper’s Grammy