About Alex Grossman

Alex Grossman is represented by Station Film (www.stationfilm.com) and more of his work can be seen at www.menonthestreet.com. Alex has been working in advertising for over ten years. From humble beginnings as a copywriter at Bay Area creative shops Butler, Shine & Stern, and Goodby, Silverstein and Partners, to a senior vice president position in 20th Century Fox’s motion picture department, Alex has created memorable and award winning campaigns for some of the biggest brands and films in the world. From Gold Lions to Pencils, Alex’s work has had the good luck of being recognized for every major award in the industry. In addition to freelancing directly for advertising agencies, Alex has assembled a small but talented team of art directors, designers, and web programmers for project work. From magazines to books, Alex’s essays and stories have appeared in numerous publications over the years. A story of his is featured in the newly released hit book, “Camp Camp,” available at bookstores everywhere.

Bad Karma on the Kippur

By September 29, 2008

Bad Karma on the Kippur was created for Film Racing (www.filmracing.com), a 24-hour film contest where movies have to be written, cast, directed, edited and scored in less than a day!  The assigned theme of the contest was karma, and … Read More