World-renown artist George Rodrigue, Louisiana’s Governor Jon Bel Edwards, and Actor Michael Pare (The Philadelphia Experiment) are just a handful of notable figures who have been on the other side of Bobby Holbrook’s camera. Adding to his long list of advertising and production industry awards, the innovative cinematographer is gaining his own notoriety and has been named to StudioDaily’s esteemed Top 50 list.

The inaugural list was compiled by the leading and award-winning news source for all creative Digital media with a focus on innovation in the production of movies, TV shows, commercials and music videos.

Bobby Holbrook who is a production manager at Holbrook Multi Media, one of Louisiana’s most complete 4K and HD production companies, shared what drives his work-ethic and his interest in crafting visuals.

Holbrook said, “I’m about story telling, and I’m fortunate enough to have captured the stories of a range of brands and individuals: Fortune 500 companies like Praxair, our local non-profit United Way of Acadiana, America’s first cosmetic practice, a political candidate who now holds the future of Louisiana in his hands, and that’s just been the last two years. I’ve had a very interesting career so far, and I really feel like I’m just getting started. I’m proud of what I’ve done, and I’m beyond honored to be on this list alongside so many other talented innovators.”

Recipients were announced and honored at the prestigious Prime Awards, held by Studio Daily, during the National Association of Broadcasters Show, one of the industry’s biggest and most anticipated conferences.

Bobby says that he is always on a mission to sharpen his skills and “make the next project better than the one that has just been completed.” With Holbrook Multi Media headquartered in New Orleans and Lafayette, Louisiana he has also become one of the state’s biggest production industry advocates.
“I’ve been a part of the growing Louisiana production industry for over a decade and receiving an honor like this makes me even more determined to expand the capabilities and recognition of cities like Lafayette and New Orleans as top-notch production hubs.”

Producers from Canada and California are realizing the growing film resources available to them in Louisiana. After working with Holbrook Multi Media to produce his film The Shelter, Writer, Director and Producer John Fallon hired them again for post-production of the thrilling drama that recently screened at Cannes.

Upcoming projects for Holbrook Multi Media include continued commercial production for local, regional and national clients, as well as partnership development with advertising agencies and filmmakers across the U.S.

“We welcome filmmakers to take advantage of the resources Louisiana has. One of the best resources we have is our people – their work-ethic, their creativity and ability. As for producers and agencies who utilize the talents and tools of Holbrook Multi Media, they benefit from that, plus more. It’s the same whether the phone call comes from New Orleans and New Jersey, we provide our Turnkey solution, meaning we can complete a project from script to screen, and we pride ourselves on being a rare find in the production industry. Our approach is unique, and it’s that unique approach that shaped the way I work and innovate with each production.”

StudioDaily’s full list of recipients and their profiles can be viewed here: http://www.studiodaily.com/studio-50/