Philip is an internationally recognized photographer and cinematographer and is one of only a handful of photographers to have solo exhibition at the United Nations. He most recently produced and hosted a one hour Episode of the Discover Science Channels “Mysteries of the Abandoned” called “Chernobyl’s Deadly Secrets” and is currently working on a documentary about the Soviet Space Shuttle program in Baikonur, Kazakhstan.
He is a graduate of the University of Colorado at Boulder with a Bachelor of Science in Civil and Architectural Engineering, Philip began his professional career working as an Illumination Engineer for Grenald & Associates in Philadelphia, PA, where he designed and engineered lighting systems for clients including Gap/Banana Republic and the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC.
Philip Grossman is the Vice President of Solutions Architecture and Engineering for Imagine Communications, a global leader in video infrastructure, advertising systems, and workflow management solutions that serves media networks, broadcast stations, digital media, communication service providers, and enterprise markets that span 185 countries. He is responsible for engineering, designing, developing, and managing the Solutions Architecture & Engineering practice to help support customers’ transitions to the next generation broadcast environment.
In his free time, Philip is an instrument-rated general aviation pilot and is working towards completing his commercial and multiengine ratings. Moreover, he has the distinction of being the first person to fly a Multi-Rotor Drone in the Chernobyl Zone of Exclusion as part of his work in documenting the aftermath of the nuclear catastrophe