About Eric Wheelwright
He is a Community Ambassador for the State of Michigan, he's an appointed adviser to the Michigan Film Commission, he's an executive member of Metro Detroit Youth Day, which is the 9th organization to ever be honored by the President of the United States with A Point of Light Award. He's also an executive member of the Youth Appreciation Foundation and he is an inaugural board member of the historical organization formed by the State of Michigan's governor's office, the MiSA, which includes Michigan leader's in film and television production.
Eric is also the president of The Michigan Film Funding Group, which is a film investment and distribution company.
In addition, Eric is the CEO and founder of Wrightway Enterprises (WE), a multi-media company which has serviced such clients as Global Hue (one of the largest minority owned advertising companies in the U.S.), Clear Channel, Honda, Verizon and Chrysler, to name only a few.
Through the leadership of Wheelwright, his company, WE, has continued to grow and thrive, making it’s presence well known in the entertainment and corporate industry as the true one stop for multi-media services. And while WE has continued to flourish through the provision of services such as video production for television and film, audio production, graphic designing and web design, recently Eric Wheelwright elected to create another division of his company which specializes in the servicing of faith based organizations. The extension of WE, called “Christian Media Resources, Inc.” (CMR), quickly became recognized for it’s exceptional quality work and service. It’s client base has grown exponential, to include some of the most recognized names in the gospel and Christian community. CMR has produced TV shows, advertisements and music videos, featuring such names as Bishop J.D. Jakes, Vickie Winans, J. Moss, Antwuan Stanley, 21:03, PAJAM and Bishop Andrew Merritt. In 2008, Antwaun Stanley’s first music video “Teach Me” which was filmed by WE/CMR and directed by Eric Wheelwright and Keisha Allen, was nominated for a Stellar Award for best video of the year.
Though WE and CMR have continued to blossom, Wheelwright knew that if he truly wanted to make his mark in television and film, he would have to be centrally located in a place such as California to do it. It was this thought that lead him to partner with noted TV and Film producer, Robert Rangle, and invest in No Que No Entertainment. Their credits now include involvement in such projects as Timbaland’s - “Give it to me” Music Video, Justin Timberlake’s “FutureSex/LoveSound” , Camp Timbaland, I’ve Got A Secret (First Season), Trigger Happy TV (First Season), Battlebots (Seasons 2 – 5), Who Knows The Band (First Season), Academy Awards Pre & Post Show, American Music Awards, Golden Globe Arrivals Special (LIVE), Trigger Happy TV, The Osbournes (2 Seasons), Unexplained Mysteries, Shafted, An Evening at the Academy Awards (Live), The X Show, Totally Pauly, Miss U.S.A. / Miss Universe, Donny & Marie and The Arsenio Hall Show.
In addition to Eric Wheelwright’s involvement in television and film, he is also a noted musician, songwriter and recording artist. His musical background includes the studying of the violin, piano, guitar and drums.