Philip GrossmanVP of Solutions Architecture at DigitalGlue
Philip Grossman is an internationally recognized Cinematographer/Photographer and Host of Discovery Science Channel’s Mysteries of the Abandoned: Chernobyl’s Deadly Secrets. He is one of only a few photographers to have had a solo exhibition at the United Nations. His exhibition, part of the 30th anniversary remembrance of the Chernobyl Catastrophe, was opened by former New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark and Minister of Foreign Affairs for Belarus Minister Vladimir Makei. In addition, his works were selected to mark the first International Chernobyl Disaster Remembrance Day.
Philip has spoken globally on various topics including film/broadcast technologies, information architecture, nuclear power and space exploration. He has licensed his material to tv shows and feature films such as Ridley Scott’s Equals, ABC Freeform’s Shadowhunters and Marvel’s Legion. His various video clips on Youtube and Vimeo have a combined viewership of over 4 million.
He is a frequent contributor to the Media and Film industry, including presentations to the National Association of Broadcasters, International Association of Broadcasters, and the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers. He has been interviewed and has written for multiple industry publications including Newsshooter, Broadcast Beat, Adobe, NAB Live, RedShark Media, Russia Today, The New York Times, Videomaker, National Geographic, and the Professional Society of Drone Journalists. His images have been selected for inclusion in several internationally published books.
Philip has travelled to some of the most remote and unique locations in the world to document history that is vanishing with time: Chernobyl, Ukraine; Polesie Reserve, Belarus; Fukushima, Japan; and Baikonur Cosmodrome, Kazakhstan. In addition, he has become an adjunct instructor for RED Digital Cinema, teaching cinematography and digital technologies.
The Media Storage Life Cycle: An Integrated Approach to Create, Manage, and Distribute Content
Over the past decade the ability to generate content has increased geometrically with the advances in cell phones, action cameras, DSLRs and low cost high quality cinema cameras. The ever increasing resolution, color space, frame rates and dynamic range has also led to an increased need for storage. The ability to manage this ever increasing volume of assets has become more important with many options including spinning disks, SSD, NVME, SAN, NAS, and Cloud storage available to content creators. Join Philip Grossman as he helps to demystify and outline ways to build an optimized integrated storage lifecycle model that best fits your church’s workflow.
- Understand the different types of storage along with their strengths and weaknesses
- Understand how to measure bandwidth and the difference between bits and bytes
- Understand the basics of media asset management, without a reliance on any specific tool
- Understand the lifecycle of media over the course of a production/project