Jenaro DelPrete

Visual Journalist. Documentarian. Freelance Media Production.

About Me

I am a young (and spry) photojournalist from South Bend, IN. While I primarily focus on photograph documentation, I aspire to put my emphasis on video documentation in the coming years. 

How I Work

When covering an event or situation, I do not edit past cropping. I believe in the preservation of moments, as accurate and authentic as I can get them, as if your eyes were there in the moment. 

My Ethos

Authenticity follows with a good story. All good stories are truthful, just as are all good storytellers. 

Get in Touch

Reach out to me via email or social media.


My Content

Aging in Reverse: Austin Aune’s Journey from Major League Baseball to NCAA Football | News

Austin Aune, a 29-year-old college quarterback, graduated from high school in 2012 and was drafted to play shortstop for the New York Yankees. A two-sport athlete throughout his life, Aune decided to play professional baseball despite already committing to play collegiate football for the TCU Horned Frogs. His baseball career ended in 2018 after being released by the Yankees, and that’s when he decided to come back to his second sport, football, heading to the college ranks to play quarterback o

Does NIL Legislation Hold the Solution to Fairness? | News

Name, image, and likeness presents its own unique challenges in college athletics, specifically within the legal realm of things. Federal legislation has been making its way through the congressional chambers, primarily to find ways to protect players from shady businesses and other nefarious third parties attempting to take advantage of unsuspecting college athletes. However, with legislation coming into play, there’s questions among athletics about the stance of amateurism and especially in re