Erik Anders Lang has made documentaries for Louis Vuitton, The Guggenheim Museum, Honda, MTV and TED. His work centers on the human condition and the experience we call life. His interview process and technique is valued by Sony, who hires him to conduct interviews with actors such as Richard Gere and Martin Sheen. His first documentary, The Story of Braeden Reed, won generous acclaim. It tells the story of a young child with autism hired to act in the major motion picture Dear John (2010).
His narrative work can be seen in Joey Half Bad, a short about two young boys who fight in the woods one afternoon. He enjoys making music videos as well, and sees them as opportunities for creativity.
His upcoming feature documentary, GOLF: The Hole Story, links the game of golf to spirituality in an unusual way.