Tom Hollander is a native of Cleveland, Ohio, and recently completed an internship with the Cleveland Browns just prior to his hiring. With the Browns, he was hands-on with most aspects of the Browns’ live productions, both in-stadium and from the team’s training complex.
Hollander began in video production early in his high school career, where he became a motivated trailblazer, helping to create production programs with his instructors.
From there, he moved on to Kent State University, where enrolled as a student, he became a founding member of the Kent State Sports Network. There, he developed a leading role in producing a number of sporting events, including every home Men's and Women's basketball game, several wrestling matches, and football games. Hollander graduated from Kent State's Honors College with Cum Laude academic honors in 2011, earning a Bachelor of Science in Electronic Media Production.