About

 
 

My name is Caleb Holland.  I'm a filmmaker and storyteller, and I'm passionate about documentary and commercial filmmaking.

I graduated in November 2015 from The Savannah College of Art and Design with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Film and Television, Cum Laude. During my time in college and since graduation, I have been involved in a number of commercial, documentary, and cinematographic projects.

In the commercial space, I have several years of experience creating television commercials and ads for billboards, print media, and the web. Beginning this year, I’ve worked as producer at a commercial film production studio in Atlanta, producing a piece for the Super Bowl Host Committee, a documentary short on Hurricane Harvey in Texas, and a six part documentary series capturing the stories of environmentally conscious small business owners in cities across California.

Having created films for well established and startup brands, one of my greatest commercial passions is fashion filmmaking. I enjoy commercial fashion as a medium for engaging elements of storytelling, art, and creative expression.

As a documentarian, I explore national and global issues on a personal scale. For my first feature length documentary film, 'Chasing Capri' (2017), I interviewed the president of the Human Rights Campaign, the mayor of Orlando, actress Shakina Nayfack, and trans activist Corey Maison. Self-funded and starting entirely from scratch, I sought out connections and captured history defining moments and deeply moving interviews. A clip of the film was featured on Mashable and has garnered half a million views.

In the fall of 2017 I was the producer and cinematographer of EPK and behind the scenes content for ‘Boy Erased’ (2018), a forthcoming film about a young man’s experience in gay conversion therapy starring Nicole Kidman, Russell Crowe, and Lucas Hedges. This work will be used for behind-the-scenes featurettes and home entertainment extras.

For me, film is a vehicle for creating human relationships and connecting people. Whether I'm creating a documentary or a commercial fashion film, the story will engage the audience, explore new ideas, and elevate the everyday.