Erik was born and raised in the rural parts of Denmark on a little island known as Fyn. From a young age he loved hearing and telling stories. He grew up watching a lot of movies because it was a distraction from his otherwise boring and unadventures life. Erik pursued a life in the studies of film making. After graduating at the danish film school at the age of 29 he started working for the widely known company Zentropa. He devoted himself to the arts and crafts of his career with the repercussions that he never had the time to raise a family of his own. After getting gridlocked in other peoples productions he was thinking of becoming a war journalist but quickly dismantled the idea. However after contemplating the idea he came up with an idea for a documentary.
Erik Jensen then pitched the idea for a documentary to The Danish Film Institute. The documentary was to be about life in Chernarus with a focal point about the communistic uprising in the country, its militant groups and the failed coup d'état performed by the infamous group known as "The Chedaki". Erik wanted to see what he could learn and hopefully meet and interview people within the militia to hear their stories and reasons and motivations. Granted with funding Erik and a small film crew flew to Chernarus to begin what they thought would be a documentary about "life" in the war-torn Chernarus.
(STILL A W.I.P)