E.J. Enríquez is an Austin, TX-based DP/director whose work encompasses a variety of genres and formats, giving unique perspective in his craft. His projects behind the camera have screened around the world; including Sundance, Berlinale, IDFA, SXSW, & Tribeca among others. Commercial clients include Heb, Macy's, Walgreens, Allstate, Samsung, Vimeo, dell, Shiner Beer, UPS, HP, 7-11, capital one, Lennox, Texas.gov, ESPN, MLB & more.
His work has taken him to 5 continents including Europe, Asia, Africa & South America. In 2010, he was nominated by the UT RTF program for the American Society of Cinematographers Student Heritage Award & Kodak scholarship program for excellence in cinematography. E.j.’s collaboration with elizabeth chatelain on her film "My Sister Sarah" won the David L. Wolper student documentary award at the prestigious international documentary association awards in 2013. His work on Alex winter's 2016 documentary short film "Relatively Free" with Laura Poitras' field of vision platform, lead to the feature documentary "The Panama Papers" currently streaming on Hulu, Amazon Prime video & Epix .
As much as e.j. Enjoys talking about himself (he doesn't), he enjoys chasing light around and riding his motorcycle around town.