Football Design Creative Content Assistant
Paul Morisette is in his first year as the football programs assistant for design and creative content, having joined the department on April 1, 2022. Morisette, 25, came to CU from Michigan State University, where he was the social media manager for the 2021 season; he had been a full-time digital content intern for two seasons (2019-20), under head coaches and Mark Dantonio who hired him and then Mel Tucker. He worked two bowl games, both wins (over Wake Forest in the ’19 Pinstripe and over Pittsburgh in the ’21 Peach) and enjoyed the fact that the Spartans were 2-1 versus rival Michigan during his time there. He earned his bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts from Compass College of Film & Media in 2019. Based in Grand Rapids, Mich., he was afforded the opportunity to work as a digital content intern with the Grand Rapids Drive (now the Gold) of the National Basketball Association’s G League (he was hired to shoot the 2018 NBA All-Star Game at the Staples Center in Los Angeles). He was born June 23, 1997 in Mt. Clemens, Mich., and graduated from Grand Blanc (Mich.) High School. His hobbies include sports, cooking and attending concerts.
University of Colorado Athletics Department
This creative crew covers and captures the majority of football video content for social, recruiting and broadcast. They have all worked prior to the hiring of Coach Prime and were able to adapt and thrive under the bright lights that have been shining on Colorado lately.