User:Teague Schneiter

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Teague Schneiter is the Manager of Oral History Projects for the Academy Foundation, overseeing the identification and acquisition of at-risk audiovisual oral history collections to ensure their preservation, as well as production of new video-recorded oral histories—both for the goal of providing access to filmmaker voices within the Academy’s forthcoming Motion Picture Museum. Prior to the Academy, she served as the Visual History Archivist at the Directors Guild of America and International Outreach/Archives Consultant for IsumaTV. Schneiter has presented at conferences in the U.S., the Netherlands and Australia, and her ongoing work within audiovisual preservation and access has seen her writing published in the Institute for Network Cultures volume Video Vortex Reader II: Moving Image Beyond YouTube. Schneiter received a BA in Film & Digital Media from the University of California, Santa Cruz and a Masters in Preservation and Presentation of the Moving Image from the University of Amsterdam.