THERE WERE ALWAYS SCENES I WOULD HAVE SHOT DIFFERENTLY – EVEN AS A CHILD I KNEW IT. THE CAMERA SPOKE TO ME AND FILLED MY HEAD WITH FILMS THAT I WOULD SOME DAY MAKE.
Edward Holub, an award-winning director, producer, and cinematographer based out of New Orleans, has decades of real-world field experience which he brings to his leadership role at New Orleans Video Productions. Ed has spanned the globe in his quest for the perfect shot and has handled a wide array of assignments for clients ranging from corporate powerhouses to nonprofits aiming to save the world. He’s also shopped documentary and feature films to markets and festivals in Austria, Belgium, Germany, the UK, and Poland in Europe and New York, LA, and Chicago in the United States.
With an eye for beauty and a willingness to experiment, Ed brings a different approach to everyday filmmaking than many clients expect and delivers finished products that far exceed expectations – no matter the issues during filming. It’s the unexpected that oftentimes lead to the best shots and Ed brings an easiness and adaptability to the set for every client he works for. In short, you can trust Ed Holub and the crew at New Orleans Video Productions can make your vision a reality.
With the rise of the web as one of the primary sources for video delivery, Ed Holub made the leap into webcasting with a variety of projects in New Orleans – from live events to training classes. There’s little doubt of the power of this new medium and Ed’s been on the front lines since day one.
Taking chances has always been second nature to Ed Holub, so his decision to take on so many disparate projects within one critical year should have come as no surprise. The work the company produced in 2012 is still talked about more than six years later – especially “Hard Life: Diary Of A Social Worker”.
Ed Holub has won numerous awards for his work, but none of the recognition means nearly as much as the work itself. That feeling was only intensified when Ed began his journey into documentary filmmaking with the release of “Unnatural Disaster”.
As an established filmmaker, Ed Holub began his foray into writing, directing, and shooting short films with the production of “Unknown Man”. This experience opened up an entirely new avenue of creativity and exploration for Ed that still continues to this day.
Ed Holub made his debut in film with 1997’s release of “Night Runs Red” which he wrote, directed, and shot on 16mm. The film was well-received and won awards in New York and Europe.
Situated on 19th Street and Fifth Avenue for years, Ed’s photo studio churned out advertising and editorial work for print and billboard, commissioned by major Ad agencies of the time: Saattchi, Y&R, O&M, Wunderman, for major brands like AT&T, Citibank, and Jim Beam Brands.