John Holod is an internationally recognized cinematographer who has filmed all over the world. He has presented his documentaries to audiences across North America. John stands out in the travel-film industry because he travels is a state-of-the-art Roadtrek or Winnebago RV, immersing himself in the culture and surroundings he’s depicting. The RV serves as home, office and editing studio while he is on the road.
Documentaries produced and presented by Holod include “RV’ing Alaska’s Inside Passage”, “Alaska: RV Adventure of a Lifetime”, “The Great Rocky Mountain RV Adventure”,” RV’ing the Canadian Maritimes and Newfoundland”, “East Coast RV Adventure”, “Gulf Coast RV Adventure”, “Baja RV Adventure”, “Cuba”, and “Czech/Slovakia”. He has lectured at such prestigious venues as the National Geographic Society, the Carnegie Institute, Cal Tech and RV Shows in Hershey, Tampa, Chicago, Denver, and many others. In recognition of his outstanding film achievement, he received the “Rising Star” award from the travelogue industry in 1995. In 2007 he was awarded the “Distinguished Achievement in RV Journalism Award” by the Recreational Vehicle Industry Association.
John was born in Detroit Michigan. Before embarking on his life as a professional world traveler, filmmaker and adventurer, John studied cinematography, journalism and photography at Wayne State University. He spends most of the year on the road producing travelogues and presenting them to audiences around the country. When not traveling, he resides in Tucson AZ.
Appearing Monday, February 23 – Sunday, March 1.