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Why Representation Matters: Thoughts on the Creative Arts Emmys

The first time I had tea with Meaghan, it was a bright summer day in New York. She told me I would have to work harder than almost anyone I knew if I wanted to succeed.

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Watch: #BCPCWest Panel on Ageism

Our final panel of Blue Collar Post Collective’s 2016 summer series was about ageism in post production — what does it mean to be “too young” and “too old”, and how can we fight those assumptions? Getting relevant and staying … Continue reading

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WATCH: #BCPCWest Summer Series: Making Post More Inclusive

This summer, I launched the west coast chapter of the Blue Collar Post Collective, a grassroots nonprofit organization that seeks to support each other and emerging talent in post production. We have regular social meet-ups in Hollywood, and our first … Continue reading

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Taking Over the ACE Student Awards

Each year, the American Cinema Editors holds a student editing competition in which students are provided the same set of video dailies they must edit into a short. The submissions are judged by a panel of professional film editors, with … Continue reading

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Art of Post Bicoastal Art Show

When I moved to Los Angeles, “show my art in a gallery” was as much of a realistic goal as publishing an autobiography or being including in Forbes’ “30 under 30” list (there’s still time!). So when I saw the Art … Continue reading

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Checksums, Speed, and Acceptable Risk

Do you hang out under a tree during a lightning storm? Do you perform a checksum every time you copy important files from one place to another? If you don’t have an equally strong opinion about both these questions, it’s … Continue reading

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The Sisterhood of the X-Files Fandom

(Note: this blog post ended up connecting me with a young woman doing an X-Files documentary who interviewed me in New York.) I could safely fit three episodes of The X-Files on one VHS tape in Long Play mode. And … Continue reading

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A Year in Pictures – 2015

It was quite a year for me, so I thought it would best be represented in a few pictures. To recap: I began work for Bling Digital in Atlanta as a technician on The Originals in January In February, I … Continue reading

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10 Questions for Kylee Wall about Gender Issues in the Post Industry

I answered some questions about gender equality in post at Art of the Guillotine. Go check it out.

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Closing the Gender Gap in Post and other NAB Coverage

I’m going to vainly accumulate all the coverage that I was involved with at NAB 2015. Indiewire: Tips on Tackling the Post-Production Gender Gap #WallyCam #NABShow 2015 | Talking Gender Gap with Kylee Wall All Things Adobe at NAB 2015 … Continue reading

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