The University of California — Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA
M.A. candidate, Moving Image Archive Studies, class of 2016

New York University — Tisch School of the Arts, New York, NY
B.F.A., Film & Television Production, class of 2010

Professional Experience

Vidiots Foundation, Santa Monica, CA
Inventory Project Intern, June 2015-present

  • Developed metadata fields and cataloging procedures for VHS collection assessment
  • Trained volunteers to catalog according to those procedures

UCLA Film & Television Archive, Los Angeles, CA
Graduate Student Assistant, March-July 2015

  • Edited a video sequence from about 3 hours of raw footage

Chicago Film Archives, Chicago, IL
Processing Archivist
, January-December 2013

  • Inspected and cataloged over 200 film items from the Ruth Page collection
  • Inspected and cataloged over 100 film items from the Chicago Academy of Sciences collection
  • Recanned films and made tape repairs as needed

Camp Ramah in Wisconsin, Conover, WI
Head of Video Program, summers 2011-2012

  • Programmed and taught moviemaking classes to children of grades 7-11
  • Supervised other instructors and coordinated with camp administration

Tactic Company, New York, NY
Film Classification Researcher, April-June 2011

  • Researched 465 films of varied genres
  • Classified each film according to a controlled vocabulary

Film-Makers’ Cooperative, New York, NY
Intern, February 2009-May 2010

  • Inspected, cleaned, and cataloged film prints, making tape repairs as needed
  • Prepared prints for shipping
  • Wrote and proofread company documents


Silverlake Independent Jewish Community Center, Los Angeles, CA
Sunday Symposium: “The Wandering Jew: Portrayals of Jews in 1930s Cinema”
October 18, 2015


  • Access to Moving Image Collections (MIAS 250)
  • Archaeology of the Media (MIAS 220)
  • Archival Administration (MIAS 240)
  • Archives, Records and Memory (IS 431)
  • Digital Asset Management (MIAS 298)
  • Ethics of Film Restoration (MIAS 210)
  • Film and Society: Exhibition and Moviegoing (FTV 219)
  • Film Programming (FTV 298A)
  • Media, History and the Archive (FTV 211A)
  • Metadata (IS 464)
  • Moving Image Archiving: History, Philosophy, Practice (MIAS 200)
  • Moving Image Cataloging (MIAS 230)
  • Preservation of Heritage Materials (IS 432)
  • Research Methods & Resources in Film & Television (FTV 200)
  • Technical History of Cinema and Related Media (FTV 298A)

Professional Development

  • Nitrate Picture Show, Rochester, NY, April-May 2016
  • Orphan Film Symposium, Culpeper, VA, April 2016
  • AMIA Conference, Portland, OR, November 2015
  • Home Movie Day at UCLA, Los Angeles, CA, October 2015 (volunteer)
  • The Reel Thing, Los Angeles, CA, August 2015
  • Bastard Film Encounter, Raleigh, NC, April 2015


  • Materials inspection and repair
  • Cataloging
  • Inventory documentation
  • Data entry
  • Film and video editing
  • Extensive, detailed cinema knowledge


  • Microsoft Office
  • Collective Access
  • FileMaker Pro
  • Final Cut Pro
  • Adobe Premiere Pro
  • AVID
  • ProTools


  • English (native)
  • Hebrew