Awards

National Awards For Media

Lifetime Comprehensive Media Awards List

Bronze Telly Award.College Next Bootcamp: The Presentation video documentary. Bronze People’sTelly Award, May 2015. AVA Digital Awards Honorable Mention, February 2015. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J5KP_g-yYDg

Communicator Award of ExcellenceNorth vs. South USTA Team Wheelchair Tennis Challenge video documentary. Communicator Awards Award of Excellence, May 2012. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J5KP_g-yYDg

Northstar Tennis Adult Camps promotional documentary. Bronze People’s Telly Award, 2011. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e4gTvgwjEaI.MarCom Gold Award

Northstar Tennis Campaign Web-based multimedia campaign, 2009 MarCom Awards, Gold. (Producer, videographer, photographer, editor.)

The Breath of Life Video documentary segment. 2006 Aurora Awards, Gold Award; 2006 Telly Awards, Bronze Award, 2005 Communicator Awards; Crystal Award of Excellence; 2005 CSU Media Arts Festival Third Place Documentary. (Producer, co-videographer, editor.)

Silver Telly AwardCSU Summer Arts Celebrates the Blues TV cablecast. 2006 Telly Awards, Silver Award. (Producer documentary video segments.) http://cmac.tv/show/?id=82

Northstar Tennis Website. 2005 MarCom Awards, Gold. (Web designer, photographer.) http://www.northstartennis.com


Honors and Recognition

2015 BEA Ignite: Narrative Story Development: The Storymatic Exercise. One of eleven finalists selected to showcase their teaching at the BEA Ignite session at the 2015 Broadcast Education Association annual convention, Las Vegas, Nevada, April 14, 2015. Program Abstract | Presentation: https://beaignite.wordpress.com/ignite2015/

2011 Faculty and Staff Honor Roll, California State University, Fresno. Selected as a faculty member who influenced graduating student’s success.

2010 Provost’s Technology in Education Award, nominee, California State University, Fresno.

2006 Fellow, Multimedia Reporting and Convergence Seminar, Western Knight Center for Specialized Journalism, UC Berkeley. May 21-26, 2006. Only academic among 16 journalists selected from 160 applicants.