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Videography Services

Whether you are looking for UTSA b-roll or gearing up to produce a full-fledged video project, there are several resources on campus to assist you.


Video Production

If you are interested in producing a video for your area, or just need to consult with one of UTSA’s professional videographers on the best way to approach a project, contact the office below best positioned to assist with your specific needs.

University Marketing / Creative Services
  • Supports video projects that directly advance UTSA’s strategic priorities or institutional marketing initiatives
  • Can take on some unit-specific videos projects, depending on current capacity (fee-based service, rates vary by project complexity)
  • Capabilities include video storyboarding, scriptwriting, videography, and video and audio post production

David Deering
Video Producer, University Marketing

Video Production Group / Academic Innovation
  • Produces promotional/informational spots for campus events, services, programs and accomplishments
  • Produces digital media for online and hybrid courses
  • Provides webcasting services for academic events

Ernest Hernandez
Director of Video Technology, Academic Innovation

Video & Multimedia / Enrollment Marketing
  • Produces video and multimedia to support strategic enrollment initiatives to recruit, yield, retain and graduate our students

Enrique Zarate
Multimedia Manager

Video & Multimedia / Academic Strategic Communications
  • Produces video and multimedia to enhance UTSA’s academic reputation and support communications/marketing efforts across the areas within Academic Affairs

Christopher Cortez
Multimedia Specialist II



UTSA’s Marketing Resource Library houses B-roll video that is available for download and use by any UTSA office for promotional purposes. Additional B-roll will be added over time.


Kristin Law
Digital Asset Manager


Commercial Filming

UTSA allows commercial filming on its campuses provided those creating the footage are compliant with UT System Board of Regents Rules and Regulations and the filming request adds value to the university’s mission and vision.

Commercial filming requests are reviewed on a case-by-case basis and should be submitted with four weeks of lead-time to allow for the review process to be completed. University Strategic Communications serves as the initial contact. If acceptable, the request is then routed to several other UTSA offices—including the Office of Legal Affairs—for review.

To initiate a commercial filming request, complete our Commercial Filming Request Intake Form.


Christi Fish
Executive Director of University Communications