Domenick H. Satterberg UBC Portfolio
The culture of courage
2020 Silver Telly Award - Non-Broadcast: Documentary: Individual 2020 Bronze Telly Award - Non-Broadcast: Videography / Cinematography Jorge Reyna says he always leads the Bulldogs onto the football field with a humble sense of responsibility. To be a Hispanic quarterback at Fresno State makes him reflect on his greater purpose and what he represents. “I’m doing it for the kids,” he says. “I want to give them the light to say, ‘Hey, I’m one of you guys. And I’m going to do everything I can to work on your behalf … We’re in this together.’” Go beyond the sport with Jorge at stories.fresnostate.edu.
Behind bars, resilience blossomed
2020 Silver Telly Award - Non-Broadcast: Documentary: Individual Arnold Trevino spent 25 years in prison. Now, he has a master's degree in social work, is the 2019 graduate dean's medalist of the College of Health and Human Services, and has a long-term goal to work within the corrections system and help rehabilitate inmates. See how education transformed his life at stories.fresnostate.edu.
Each year, Fresno State engineering students build a canoe to compete against other universities from around the nation and globe. It's active learning at its finest — where students benefit from collaboration, hands-on experience and exhibiting their skills. You'll find in the video below that what happened at the competition this year was a shock to everyone – but how students reacted showed that Bulldogs don’t break that easily. See the full story at https://stories.fresnostate.edu/winning-grit
Pride of the Valley: Fresno State Athletics
2020 Gold Telly Award - Promotional Video: Editing 2020 Silver Telly Award - Promotional Video: Schools/Colleges/Universities Take your coasts and enjoy your peaks. This is our Valley. And from the Valley, we rise together. This year, Fresno State Athletics is rising for you.