Eric Pelloni is in his 10th year as the assistant director of BuffVision, although he has been involved in CU Athletics for the better part of 15 years. He was hired full-time on August 1, 2006 after working on a contractual basis since August 2001.
Pelloni, 42, assists with the video packages for CU’s video display boards and has been on the BuffVision game day crew for 14 seasons. Pelloni also helps coordinate streaming and technical issues between CU Athletics and Pac-12 Enterprises.
When CU overhauled its official athletic website, CUBuffs.com, in 2003, Pelloni was hired on a part-time basis to create video content and coordinate streaming live events. He has created the majority of the graphic work and assisted in the designing of the website, and has also designed several media guide covers.
Pelloni was also the associate producer of “The Buffalo Stampede” coaches show which aired weekly on FSN Rocky Mountain until ending with Colorado’s transition over to the Pac-12 Networks agreement.
Prior to his full-time appointment at CU, Pelloni worked as a freelance video editor/graphic artist in the Denver area, creating video content for both broadcast and non-broadcast applications for a number of clients including Qwest Communications, Coors, XCEL Energy and the United Way of New York City.
He graduated from Metropolitan State College of Denver in 1998, majoring in Technical Communication with a minor in Speech Communication. He taught as an adjunct professor in the technical communications department at Metro State for the 2003-04 school year.
He was born November 21, 1972 in Detroit, Mich., and graduated from Broomfield (Colo.) High School, where he lettered in golf, which remains one of his favorite hobbies. He is married to the former Gabbie Perkins, who is CU’s Director of Operations for Olympic Sports; the couple has one son, E.J. (Edwin James) who is 1.