Benjamin Rosen has been producing and directing nonfiction television and film for the past ten years. He began as a camera assistant to legendary documentary cinematographer Mark Benjamin when he worked on documentaries for HBO and The American Ruling Class. He then went on to assist Doug Liman on the commercial hit, Mr. & Mrs. Smith. In 2006, along with executive producer Marc Levin, Rosen premiered his first feature documentary, A Stadium Story, at the prestigious Tribeca Film Festival. Jeffrey Lyons of NBC found the film be to be "a fascinating look at an amazing episode in New York history," and John Anderson at Variety determined that "Arthouse play and TV exposure seem assured, especially given the stylishness of the production." In 2007 Rosen produced two documentaries for MTV's award winning series, True Life. In 2009 Rosen shot and produced 6 episodes for The First 48, A&E's highly acclaimed documentary series on homicide investigations. He has directed and produced other nonfiction programming for MTV, VH1, A&E, and Food Network. Rosen is a graduate of Oberlin College.