Charlotte Grossman is a highly experienced editor and producer who has worked in film and video to create documentaries, theatrical trailers, narrative films and television advertising.
She began her career in New York where throughout her college years she acted and directed theater. From there she entered the world of television and film where she gained knowledge of editing from the ground up and became a recognized professional in this field. Grossman then moved to California where she has continued her work both in Los Angeles and the San Francisco Bay Area. She has won the Emmy and shared the Academy Award for her documentary work.
She is a proven effective ‘story teller’ who has successfully ‘woven together’ hours of complex footage into programs for national television and theatrical release on a wide variety of themes.
Over the past 10 years and beyond her professional editing assignments, Grossman has been teaching AVID Media Composer (non-linear digital editing) at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco. As an instructor, she teaches the art of storytelling, passing along the technique of what she has learned over a lifetime of professional filmmaking. Her students are at both the undergraduate and graduate level, from many countries around the globe. She also privately tutors and advises aspiring editing professionals at her studio and virtually.