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As a Producer in PHL17’s Creative Services Department, Holly works mainly on Weekend Philler: producing and editing segments and managing the show’s social media pages. She loves having a job where she has the creative freedom to tell stories and express herself through video. She started as an intern in January 2018 and has been part of the team ever since.

When she’s not at work, Holly is a student at Temple University. She is pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in Media Studies and Production with a minor in Public Relations and plans on graduating in May 2020.

In her free time, Holly enjoys cooking, painting, going to the theater, and exploring Philadelphia with her friends.


Recent Articles
  • Couples Boudoir at Allebach Photography

    If you’re looking for someone to make you and your special someone love the skin you’re in, Allebach photography is the place for you! Allebach Photography is the #1 location for Couples Boudoir in the United States. It all started when couples started approaching photographer, Mike Allebach, asking for “Calvin Klein-esque photos”. After he got a taste for it, he couldn’t stop. “It really brings [the couple] much closer together,” Allebach says, “because they’ve done this adventurous thing together”. He […]

  • Halloween Horcrux Hunt at The Victoria Freehouse

    Weekend Philler hunts all around Old City to find horcruxes at The Victoria Freehouse’s Halloween Horcrux Hunt!

  • Peddler’s Village Scarecrow Festival

    For decades, families have flocked to New Hope, PA to vote for their favorite scarecrows at the Peddler’s Village Scarecrow Festival. With over 200 scarecrows in 6 different categories, the display is a perfect accompaniment to a day trip to Peddler’s Village. Scarecrows range from Alice in Wonderland to Santa Claus, and each of the over 50 shops in the village have their own personalized entires. Kids can prepare their scarecrows at Peddler’s scarecrow workshop early in September. To enter […]

  • Yoga at the Philadelphia Museum of Art

    What better way to relax and refresh than practicing yoga surrounded by amazing works of art? This was Claire Oosterhaudt’s thinking when she added yoga to the itinerary of the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s Pay What You Wish Wednesday Nights. Yoga is free after Pay What You Wish admission and accomplished instructors craft a practice that is accessible to yogis of all skill levels. The location of yoga changes with the seasons. In the past, it’s taken place in the […]

  • The GLOW: A Jack-O-Lantern Experience

    If you ask me, there’s nothing spookier than Christmas displays in October. Whatever your jawn is, The GLOW is almost guaranteed to have it. With a display of over 5,000 hand-carved Jack-O-Lanterns ranging from Philly icons to fine art, there is something for everyone! If you’re looking for somewhere not-so-spooky to take your family this spooky season, take a trip down to Fairmount Park for a Jack-O-Lantern display that can’t be matched! For more info, check out The GLOW’s Facebook […]

  • Halls of Horror Haunted Attraction

    Halls of Horror isn’t your typical haunted attraction, and it’s definitely not one for the faint of heart. Charles Knight and the Halls of Horror crew built the haunt in the basement of his wife’s hair salon in Palmerton, PA when they realized that if you want something done right, you’ve got to do it yourself. “Regular work didn’t seem so fun,” Knight explained, “and dressing up and acting like a crazy person definitely sounded like a lot of fun. […]

  • Quiet Valley Living Historical Farm

    Located among the Pocono Mountains in Stroudsburg, PA, Quiet Valley Living Historical Farm is dedicated to preserving and accurately presenting 19th Century Pennsylvania German agricultural heritage. The farm was settled in the late 1760’s and was passed from family to family for decades. In the 1890’s, a Victorian parlor was built onto the farmhouse for the bride at the time, and the farm has been preserved with no new additions since. Other attractions include an authentic school house, a traditional […]

  • Cole the Deaf Dog – The Team Cole Project

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  • Weekend Philler Season 2 Montage

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