Progress Not Perfection: The Work of Ariel Schudson

Living On Video: Festival Cinema, Archiving and the Exploding World of Video-On-Demand (VOD)

This piece was written for MIAS 250: Access to Moving Image Collections, taught by Mark Quigley for the Moving Image Archive Studies Program at UCLA during the Winter of 2012. While … Continue reading

March 27, 2012 · Leave a comment

The Devil You Know: History, Technology and Family in Warrior

This piece was written as part of my personal blog, Archive-Type: Musings of a Passionate Preservationist , and can be found in its original form and location here. It was a … Continue reading

January 5, 2012 · Leave a comment

The Motherboard & the Quilt: New Media Filmmaking and the L.A. Rebellion

  This piece was written for FTV 218: Culture, Media & Society: The “L.A. Rebellion” of Black Filmmakers, a class taught by Professor Allyson Nadia Fields’ class based upon the works … Continue reading

December 18, 2011 · Leave a comment

Let’s Play Tag: Folksonomic Classification and the Power of the User

This piece was written for IS 260: Information Structures, taught by Professor Gregory Leazer as a requirement for the Moving Image Archive Studies Program at UCLA during the Fall of … Continue reading

November 8, 2011 · Leave a comment

The Magic Bullet: Software & Post-Production

This piece was written for MIAS 200: Archiving History and Philosophy, taught by Professor Michael Friend for the Moving Image Archive Studies Program at UCLA during the Fall of 2011. This … Continue reading

November 5, 2011 · Leave a comment

I Miss Talking in the Dark: Cinema, Technological Change and the Personal

I was highly inspired by a variety of the works I read within Professor Michael Friend’s MIAS200 Seminar, The History, Philosophy and Practice of Moving Image Archiving. The seminal “Nitrate … Continue reading

October 19, 2011 · Leave a comment

To Hypertext and Beyond: Vannevar Bush’s Additions to Information Science

This piece was written for IS 260: Information Structures, taught by Professor Gregory Leazer as a requirement for the Moving Image Archive Studies Program at UCLA during the Fall of … Continue reading

October 5, 2011 · Leave a comment