Annotated Bibliography — APA

Website:

Home. (n.d.). Retrieved March 03, 2016, from http://www.saintudio.us/

Before I interview my sources It’s important for me to research Saint Udio through their website. There are photos, information about the company, and a blog that can be accessed through the website. I want to read everything available on the site before I go film, so that I have some background on the company, and am able to ask important questions that I can’t retrieve elsewhere.

Book:

Lopez, A. M. (2009). Metalworking through history: An encyclopedia. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.

This book will give me a background on metalworking, and how it has changed throughout history. Even if I don’t include a large amount of history in my documentary, I’d like to have the information to give context. This way, I’ll know what questions to ask in my interviews.

Book:

Lipton, Tom. (2014). Metalworking doing it Better: Machining, Welding, Fabricating. South Norwalk, CT: Industrial Press Inc.

This source will help me learn more about the details of metalworking and the correct terminology. This will be important in interviewing and making my documentary so I can explain the terminology to my viewers. This will make the documentary easier to understand for non-experts watching.

Source:

Andrew Flage: Founder of Saint Udio

Flage, founder and partner of Saint Udio, received his BFA in sculpture from UGA. Flage will be an important part of my documentary as I will be filming him in the shop metalworking, as well as interview him.

Source:

Mike Harboldt: Parnter, Saint Udio

Hartboldt, partner at Saint Udio, earned his BFA in ceramics from UGA. Harboldt will be a good source for my documentary in interviews as well as footage of him at work.