Kevin Grossman (Editor) was born in Burbank, California. As a child Kevin would enjoy watching TV and movies, and it was then he realized that what he wanted to do was make films. Falling in love with the styles and the art of editing, he immediately enrolled at VIDEO SYMPHONY where he was certified in AVID and Final Cut Pro. Getting his start at a young age Kevin worked as an Assistant Editor on commercials. He Quickly worked his way up to editor and worked on commercials for the Make A Wish Foundation, Sketchers, and even did a Sony commercial that aired during the Super Bowl. This landed him a job at NBC where he worked on "Scrubs" and "Last Comic Standing". He continued working in LA on various projects until answering an ad on line which led him to move to New York for the opportunity to work with Stephen Ryder and Rick Lancaster on "The Abduction of Zack Butterfield." Kevin is also a semi-pro soccer player which has led him to play all around the world. He also has a bachelor’s degree in Film and Cinema Studies . Kevin would one day like to inspire other people to appreciate film in the ways other editors and film makers inspired him.