Annotated Bibliography — APA
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.