From the Oregon Coast to the North Slope of Alaska, Eric enjoys telling stories from the western edge of the country. His nonfiction video work has been featured on The Atlantic, PBS NewsHour and Alaska Public Media.
Getting around was as easy as remembering that "Jesus Christ made Seattle under protest."
A mix of bold invention and international influence, this menu is perfect for those hungry for history.
VIDEO: Historian James Gregory tells us about the racist policy, when it ended and where its impacts are still being felt.
"I'd rather be in hell, than on the chain gang."
Paul Allen's real estate investments leave a complicated legacy.
Video: Three instances where visions of the future ran up against the Seattle Process.
Mossback explores Burke Museum and asks: What can cougar remains tell us about attacks, past and present?
Mossback finds the answer in an epic geologic journey with Nick Zentner (aka Nick on the Rocks).
A look at how Seattle decides to save or destroy a landmark like the Showbox music venue.
Mossback attended the Sky River Rock Festival when he was 14 — and he still has the tickets to prove it.
Mossback dives into the Burke Museum's paleobotany collection to find out what Washington used to look like.