Full-time Staff and Adjunct Faculty - Ohlone College Broadcasting: Film & TV Classes
Director of Television Services
Room SC-171, Smith Center, first floor, Fremont campus
Gary Kauf worked as field anchor on KTVU's Mornings on 2 news program as well as The Ten O'Clock News. He served as senior writer for NBC Nightly News with Tom Brokaw, hosted the weekly bay area travel show Our Town, and was assignment editor of KQED's Evening Edition. Mr. Kauf received a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from San Francisco State University.
Room SC-164, Smith Center, first floor, Fremont campus
Arnie Loleng served as technical director at Bay TV. He has worked as director and technical director at KION TV, floor manager at WTKR and technical director at KCCN. He has worked on such shows as Henry's Garden, The Show, and Bay Café. Mr. Loleng received a Bachelor of Arts in Radio/TV/Film from San Jose State University and a Masters in Business Administration from Regent University.
Video Editing (adjunct)
Cynthia Altman joins the Ohlone College Broadcasting Dept. -Film and TV, to teach a new course offering: Final Cut Pro-Advanced Techniques. Ms. Altman's impressive resume includes editing segments for the television programs 60 Minutes and 48 hours, both produced by CBS News, and has edited video for the National Institute of Health among other clients. She has worked in both the Final Cut Pro editing format and AVID non-linear editing format.
After serving eight years as the director of the popular syndicated show EXTRA, Dominic Bonavolonta has returned to the bay area to teach Directing Live TV for the Ohlone College Broadcasting Department. Over the span of his career, Mr. Bonavolonta has directed pilots for the magazine show Celebrity Justice and the game show Change of Heart. live television newscasts for KTVU/FOX, and KPIX TV as well as CBS's Evening Magazine. He is a graduate of Southern Illinois University and lives in Oakland.
Paul Hammons comes to us from NBC News, New York where he was Graphics Producer for NBC News for 25 years. Prior to that Mr.Hammons worked as a Sports Producer for NBC in Los Angeles. He began his career as a film editor and cameraman. He has taught television news production at Fordham University and the Broadcast Television Workshop at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.
- Lawrence Iriarte
Adjunct Film & Video Production Instructor
Lawrence Iriarte is a filmmaker and a graduate of the Academy of Arts College with a B.A. in Film and Video Production. Lawrence brings his years of experience working in film and video ranging from design and storyboarding in pre-production, to camera and line-producing in production, to post work in editing and special effects in the film and animation industry. Lawrence has worked for Warner Bros., Paramount, Pixar, and Industrial Light and Magic. His film credits include: The Matrix, James and the Giant Peach, and Nightmare Before Christmas and Bedazzled. He has worked on music videos with artists such as Smash Mouth, Hammer, Green Day, and Carlos Santana, to name a few.
Jeff Martinez is a talented film and video artist who joins Ohlone College Television to teach Final Cut Pro. Mr. Martinez holds a Master's Degree in education and a teaching credential in Multimedia Vocational Education. He also heads up a very successful video program at Kennedy High School in Fremont. His students' films are routinely among the finalists in local film festival competitions.
William V. Moore
Adjunct Digital Video Instructor
William Moore worked as a television news cameraman for KTVU's The Ten O'Clock News for over 25 years. Mr. Moore has covered such seminal events as the Loma Prieta earthquake, the Oakland Hills Fire and the murder of San Francisco Mayor George Moscone. His wealth of experience runs from working with film cameras and early ENG through Betacam and today's digital video.
Adjunct Television Production Instructor
Mauricio Quijano specializes in directing and producing Live TV events coast-to-coast and abroad. This includes directing and producing major league sporting events that air on ESPN, Fox Sports Network, Fox SoccerChannel and Comcast. He has worked as news producer for Telemundo/NBC,field producer for the CBS Network News and director for PBS Specials. Mr. Quijano is the principal director at Stanford University Video and he also directs the broadcasting of performing arts at the Gary Soren Smith Center as well as Webcastings for Silicon Valley High Tech companies. He holds a BA in Journalism, an MA in TV Broadcasting and speaks four languages fluently.
In the News: Instructor wins Telly TV award - December 11, 2008, Ohlone College Monitor.