Producer/casting director/educator Erica Arvold most recently developed story for the feature film Shoeless Wonders, cast the indie feature Permanent, served as location casting director for Jeff Nichols’ feature film Loving, the AMC series Turn: Washington’s Spies and two seasons of Netflix’s House of Cards. Erica produced and cast the indie film Josephine, served as associate producer and casting director on Coming Through the Rye, Wish You Well, Texas Rein, helped cast feature films Ithaca and Kicked by Grace, National Geographic’s Killing Kennedy as well as helmed the casting for Ridley & Tony Scott’s Killing Lincoln and Hallmark Movie Channel’s Lake Effects. She began her dual role as producer and casting director with the psychological thriller House Hunting. Erica has been nominated for CSA’s prestigious Artios Award four times – for the films Loving and Elemental in 2017, Big Stone Gap in 2016 and Steven Spielberg’s Lincoln in 2013. Over the past 28 years, Erica has contributed to and participated in the making of over 130 films, 80 television projects and numerous short form and commercial projects. In 2012, Arvold was inducted into the First Lady of Virginia’s Opportunity Hall of Fame for contributing to the economic growth in the state. As an educator, Erica travels across the country to speak, co-teach and lead master classes for film artists. She is a member of the Casting Society of America and the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. Erica is grateful to the many writers, filmmakers and actors who have entrusted her to collaborate over the years.