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Holmes ’92 Nominated for Best Adventure Travel Film

GLP Films, founded by Rob Holmes ’92, is a finalist in the 2017 Adventure in Motion short film contest.

The short documentary, “The Man at the End of the World,” showcases the beauty and mystery of southern Chile’s Tierra del Fuego archipelago, as seen through the eyes of one of its original pioneers, Don Germán. The vivid, remote landscape is depicted in sweeping shots as Germán describes the joys and challenges of the estancia way of life, and the importance of tourism in preserving the history and natural splendor of the region.

View the film and cast a vote. The contest ends Saturday, Sept. 30 at 11:59 p.m. EST.

GLP Films is a full-service content marketing agency dedicated to authentic storytelling for the travel industry and brands looking to tell their stories of sustainability. A longtime adventure traveler and award-winning photographer, Holmes founded GLP in 2008 with the simple goal of building a unique production and marketing company committed to award-winning authentic storytelling on important global issues. He is also the company’s chief strategist.

With two decades of experience in multi-media production, storytelling, conservation, tourism and entrepreneurship, Holmes has worked and consulted with leading international organizations, including The Nature Conservancy, Appalachian Mountain Club, Woodland Park Zoo, Trails.com and REI. He earned his B.A. in environmental studies from Hobart College and went on to receive his MBA in international business, environmental management and marketing from University of Washington. At HWS, he played soccer, minored in biology, and was a member of Sigma Chi.

Holmes participated in the Colleges’ Los Angeles: Behind the Scenes winter break program in 2013 as a member of the panel discussing the art of making movies. Photography from his travels was featured in the Spring 2010 issue of the Pulteney St. Survey.