Patrick Rosenbaum is a talented, driven videographer, editor and producer who makes stories come alive like few others can. He put his skills to good work after graduating from Temple’s School of Media and Communication in 2011, as he and classmate Rob Czyzewicz co-founded 20/20 Visual Media, a full service video production company in Philadelphia.
Rosenbaum was proud to begin his professional career covering the same team he did in college: Temple University’s basketball team. And over the four years of producing a 10-time NATAS Emmy nominated TV show on Comcast SportsNet for Temple, his passion for sports production took him literally all over the world, traveling from Paris to Rome, Puerto Rico to Tucson, and everywhere in between.
In 2012, Rosenbaum and his team was honored by the Sports Video Group, who named Temple Basketball: Above the Rim the “Best Program – College Athletics” in the country.
Rosenbaum loves Philadelphia, and he is equally passionate about sharing the stories of those in the city. He brings his unique vision to productions for major clients like The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Temple University, Phillies Nation, the Philadelphia Bar Association, and countless non-profits and causes.
At Temple, Rosenbaum was a standout student who quickly became director and lead-videographer for Temple Update, SMC’s award winning student newscast. He and his future business partner were the first two employees hired by Temple University Television (TUTV), and their work helped launch the station in October of 2010.
Rosenbaum is a member of the Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, the Philadelphia Public Relations Association, and is a proud donor to the Rick Beardsley Temple Update Award, a scholarship whose namesake honors Rosenbaum’s college mentor.