Eric L. Tomlinson (born December 20, 1989) is an American professional surfer, model, film producer and surf-industry executive. Tomlinson began his career as a sponsored athlete for a variety of surfing labels including Katin, Insight, and Matuse, through which he became a well-known free surfer in Orange County, California. In 2012, Tomlinson was appointed as Surf Marketing Manager for global surf and skate industry retailer Globe International, where he managed champion professional surfers including CJ Hobgood, Damien Hobgood, Dion Agius, Taj Burrow, Eric Geiselman, and others. Tomlinson served as producer for the 2013 short film "Ice Cream" and as producer for the 2014 film "Strange Rumblings in Shangri La." . "Strange Rumblings" would go on to take top honors at the 2014 SURFER Poll, winning the "Film of the Year" award. 
In 2016, Tomlinson was appointed Executive Producer of Sponsored Content for surfing forecaster and media house Surfline.. His projects at Surfline included the 2017 SURFER Poll short film nominee, "Shadow Company."   In 2018, Tomlinson was appointed as Marketing Director, North America by Globe International. 
As a model, Tomlinson has appeared in campaigns for retailers including Corona, Land's End, Katin, Swell, and others.
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