Meet the Team
Corrine Williams, Access Manager
Corrine has worked for the City and County of Denver since 2015 and has been integrally involved in the management of Denver Community Media since 2018. She is a Colorado native and graduated with a Bachelor's degree from Metropolitan State University of Denver. Corrine was project manager for the A/V systems and operational build-out of the Community Media Center; she worked with her team to research, develop and implement the Denver Community Media access program and policies; and negotiated and collaborated with the City and our partners to make this creative and modern model of public access a reality. When she's not in work mode, she gets out to kayak the incredible whitewater Colorado has to offer whenever the rivers are flowing. Corrine also loves to indoor rock climb, hike, snowboard and just be outdoors. She sings and plays guitar for a local rock band and you can often find her at a show supporting the local music scene.
Drew Wagner, Engineer/Multi-Media Technician
Drew comes to DCM with over 10 years of experience working in television and media. From starting as an intern with the Denver Broncos, to working on TV trucks with Fox Sports, to lead creative trainer at Apple, Drew has worked in a wide range of production environments. Most recently, he served as the Video Engineer for the Colorado Rockies where he helped build Major League Baseball’s first HDR control room and video board. He is excited to be at DCM to help our diverse group of community members bring their passion projects to life using our state-of-the art IP-Based studio and control room. Drew’s hope at DCM is to pass his passion and knowledge of production onto members of the community to help them direct and produce their own programs. Aside from production, Drew is passionate about spending time with his wife and daughter, traveling, good BBQ (shout out to OwlBear and Roaming Buffalo), learning to fly fish, and watching F1.
Jason Ramsumair, TV Video Production Technician
Jason is new to Denver and is joining DCM with over eight years of experience in television and media production. He was born in Trinidad & Tobago but grew up in South Florida and graduated with a B.S. in Communications at Florida State University. Jason got his start in television at his local PBS station, which led him to work on TV trucks with ESPN and FOX Sports. He has worked on many college sporting events, including a few National Championships, NFL and MLB games, and NASCAR races. He recently worked at ESPN operating various cameras for shows like SportsCenter, First Take, and NFL Sunday Countdown. Jason has worked on a wide range of production environments and is excited to share his experience and knowledge with DCM’s members. In his free time, he enjoys hanging out with his dog, playing soccer, and trying out new foods, so if you have any recommendations, be sure to let him know.
Austin Anderson, Multiplatform Producer
For as long as he can remember, Austin has been enamored with the magic of motion pictures. He recalls asking his parents what time he had to finish his elementary school homework to have time to watch a movie before bedtime and as it turns out, you can watch Disney’s Hercules innumerable times. As soon as he got his hand on his parent’s old Hi-8 camcorder he started making his own little “movies.” Almost 20 years later he is still “making movies” as an independent writer and director of documentary and narrative films. He has a bachelor’s degree in Photojournalism from Metropolitan State University of Denver and over a decade of experience in video editing, cameras, lighting, graphic design, and motion graphics. When he is not working with moving images, he loves to spend time with his wife and three dogs, make music, run and ski…or maybe take in an old movie…