Meet our Media Production staff
Keith Sanders - Media Producer
Keith Sanders has been a Media Producer at San Jose State University since 2005. He's edited and produced dozens of projects including the Silicon Valley Leaders Symposium series, WASC Success Stories, the Internship Journey video series (which won the Chevron NACE Award for Outstanding Achievement) and several mediated courses including the Emmy® nominated Justice Studies 132.
He's a former broadcaster with over 20 years of television production experience at KICU TV in San Jose. He directed "The 7:30 News," produced the show "Silicon Valley Profiles" and wrote documentaries including "DNA, The Book of Life" (nominated for an Emmy®).
Keith has been a member of the Board of Governors for the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences since 2000. He spent time as Managing Producer for the local Emmy Awards Show, "Off Camera" newsletter Editor, and is now Chapter President.
He graduated from SJSU with a degree in Television, Radio & Film, and earned a Master of Science degree in Instructional Design & Technology from CSU Fullerton.
Teri Graziani - Media Producer
Teri Graziani holds a B.A. in Teledramatic Technologies from CSUMB. She worked in the television broadcast industry for 9+ years in Monterey, CA. Prior to being here at SJSU she was at Bethany University, Scotts Valley, CA where she produced PR videos and print materials and taught Video Production classes.
Robert Bain - University Photographer
Bob comes to SJSU with over 20 years of experience in Photojournalism, Editorial,
Sports & Corporate photography, and Photo Lab operation. New digital photography,
workflow, and publishing technologies are his areas of special interest. Before SJSU,
Bob worked at UC, Berkeley in the Library Photographic Service making digital and
photographic copies of images and artifacts in the rare and historic collections of
the Bancroft and Doe Libraries.
He also was a part-time Lecturer at CSU, Hayward teaching Graphic Communication and Advanced Graphic Communication in the Department of Mass Communication. Before UCB and CSUH, Bob worked as a photographer at Washington State University in the Sports Information Department and was a Photography Teaching Assistant at the University of Idaho.
He has also worked as a photojournalist for Several Newspapers in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and California, The Associated Press' Spokane and Seattle Bureaus and as a Film Processing Technician in several Professional Photo Finishing Labs in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Bob has a BS in Communication-Photography/Film option with a minor in Journalism from the University of Idaho in Moscow, Idaho. You can view Bob's portfolio online.