In the field of sports he has shot numerous TV Specials for MLB Productions (World Series) and NFL Films (Super Bowl). He has also worked on many historical pieces, including features on Cuba and Hart Island.
He traveled to Haiti just days after the earthquake, working with the charity “Vanity for Humanity” to help raise funds for the victims. He is proud to have been a part of Worldwide Documentaries feature “A Closer Walk”.
Worked on following projects:
Sellebrity 2013 (Movie) (Cinematographer)
Victoria's Secret: What is Sexy? 2008 2007 - 2008 (TV Show) Camera Operator
Hart Island: An American Cemetery 2006 (Movie) (Cinematographer)
The Anatomy of September 11th 2004 - 2005 (TV Show) Camera
Aerosmith: You Gotta Move 2003 - 2004 (TV Show) Director of Photography
Ashanti: Chapter II 2003 - 2004 (TV Show) Director of Photography
Paul McCartney: The Journey to Red Square 2003 - 2004 (TV Show) Director of Photography
2003 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Ceremony 2002 - 2003 (TV Show) Camera Operator
Back in the U.S. 2002 - 2003 (TV Show) Director of Photography
I Feel So Ugly: Body Dysmorphic Disorder 2000 - 2001 (TV Show) Camera
I, Detective 2000 - 2001 (TV Show) Photography
The Secret World of Ballroom Dancing 1999 - 2000 (TV Show) Camera
The Wild Ride of Outlaw Bikers 1998 - 1999 (TV Show) Director of Photography
A Closer Walk (TV Show) Director of Photography
Aida's Brothers and Sisters: Black Voices in Opera (TV Show) Director of Photography
Derek Jeter 3K (TV Show)
Most notably he wore all of those hats on a 2015 PSA for AARP touching on the subject of the caregiver. The project is currently under approval for possible national distribution.
His passion for telling stories that engage an audience does not settle on creativity but also ventures into the technical realm. From f-stops to codecs and data rates Ernesto will make sure your project is functioning crisp and efficiently.
Worked on following projects:
MLB Tonight (Daily Program)
In the Moment: David Ortiz
The Iron Knight: Lou Gehrig
2015 World Series Film
Prior to joining Delmundo Films, DiNoto was a New York City freelancer for award-winning production companies, contributing to the production of numerous live television broadcasts including The 2010 and 2011 Tony Awards (CBS), The Roast of Donald Trump (Comedy Central) and The 9th Annual TV Land Awards (TV Land). DiNoto also worked on the independent film “Return” alongside Michal Shannon (Boardwalk Empire), Linda Cardelini (Avengers) and John Slattery (Mad Men), shot entirely in his hometown of Newburgh, New York.
Currently, DiNoto serves as the Multimedia Journalist and Social Media Manager for the United States Military Academy’s Alumni Association, the West Point Association of Graduates. DiNoto executes all aspects of the Association’s video productions from concept development and scriptwriting to shooting, editing and producing. He is the organization’s principal digital content producer, providing website copy, photography, and social media management services to all communication initiatives. DiNoto is also a chief contributor to the quarterly publication, West Point Magazine.
A true visionary, DiNoto brings to Delmundo Films an esteemed background in all areas of production with a focus on creative concept development and integrated marketing. DiNoto is undoubtedly an integral part of Delmundo’s growing creative team.
Craig Braden is a national Emmy nominated DOP with over 20 yrs of experience. His work on films, national spots and music videos has taken him to 6 continents, and over 40 countries; shooting on every format from 35 millimeter to the Canon 5D. But it’s probably his work on Documentary features that showcase his true diversity. In the world of entertainment he has collaborated with Paul McCartney on 3 television specials, and worked with The Rolling Stones, Aerosmtih plus an array of other top Musicians.
Anthony DiNoto is an accomplished journalist and visual storyteller who has conceived, shot and edited various independent videos for multiple non-profit organizations. With extensive experience in network television production and documentary filmmaking, DiNoto is credited for bringing many creative projects from concept to completion.
Ernesto Valverde, is a New York based filmmaker and technology enthusiast. He's worked on award-winning programming such as The Franchise and Yankeeography series as part of Major League Baseball Productions and has won an Emmy as a content producer for the MLB Network. Ernesto can produce, shoot, edit and in a pinch act on any given project.
He also was a producer on EPIX Presents David Ortiz: In The Moment (2014). The documentary which is a close-up look at the life and accomplishments of one of sport’s most colorful, thoughtful and productive stars... and traces Ortiz’s path from The Dominican Republic to stardom and lets us into 'Big Papi’s' world." The original documentary profiling Boston Red Sox superstar David Ortiz inside Fenway Park and beyond. Known to fans as "Big Papi," the 3-time World Series Champion became a key figure in bringing hope to his adopted city, during both the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombing and an emotional run at the 2013 title.
He has an extensive background in television in different aspects of the business from scouting locations, conducting interviews with professional athletes and celebrities to covering live events domestically and internationally. He has experience traveling to the Dominican Republic, Venezuela, Colombia, Panama and Mexico. Covering events such as golf tournaments, All-Star Games, World Baseball Classic and the World Series. He was the field producer of the Spanish show "Sabor a Beisbol" an MTV Cribs style off the field show that focused on Latino Major League Baseball Superstars.
He is one of the producers of the Emmy-winning series ESPN Films 30 on 30 Brothers in Exile (2014). "Brothers in Exile" tells the incredible story of Livan and Orlando "El Duque" Hernandez, who risked their lives to get off the island. Livan left first, banking on his status as the hottest young prospect in Cuba he defected via Mexico and signed with the Florida Marlins, for whom he became one of the youngest World Series MVPs in history in 1997. Staying behind was Orlando, who was banned from professional baseball in Cuba for life because he was suspected of having helped Livan escape. Then, on Christmas 1997, an increasingly frustrated and harassed Orlando left Cuba in a small boat. He was stranded on a deserted island for days before being picked up by the U.S. Coast Guard. Less than a year later, "El Duque" was helping pitch the New York Yankees to a world championship, completing a most unlikely journey for two half-brothers who rode their arms to freedom and triumph.