Holle Singer did not go to film school. She studied psychology. She loved psychology. Still Does. She took a video class in her senior year of college that changed the course of her life. Slowly.
In 1994 she started as a receptionist at Consulate. Soon she was cutting music videos for bands like The White Stripes, Justin Timberlake and The Kills. She got award nominations and sometimes awards. She made partner in 2005. She has spent the last decade editing commercials for brands like Dior, Fiat and Dentyne. Her film work includes 2012 Juno Award winning documentary “Look At What The Light Did Now” on indie musician, Feist, and 2006 Sundance Jury Prize Short Film winner “Bugcrush” which screened at Cannes that same year.
In 2010 Holle entered a contest and received a grant to write and direct her first short film, “Bang,” which had its East Coast premiere at the Woodstock Film Festival. In keeping momentum, Holle cut Pamela Hanson’s Partnership For Drug-Free America, which won 2012 AICP award, Best PSA. Her work has been nominated for awards such as the MTV’s VMA, MVPA and is part of the permanent collection at MoMA.