Harrison Wade

Graduate Student | PhD Cinema and Media Studies

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(BA, Cinema Studies and English, University of Toronto)

Current Studies: PhD in Cinema and Media Studies

Harrison Wade is a PhD Student in Cinema and Media Studies at the University of British Columbia and recipient of a SSHRC Doctoral Fellowship. He has a BA in Cinema Studies and English from the University of Toronto, where he received the Norman Jewison Fellowship in Film Studies. His thesis research is tentatively focused on non-photorealistic CGI and theories of special effects, realism, and perception, but he has also written on archives, digital materiality, phenomenology, feminist machinima, YouTube, and screen presence. He writes poetry and makes essay films.


Harrison Wade

Graduate Student | PhD Cinema and Media Studies
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(BA, Cinema Studies and English, University of Toronto)

Current Studies: PhD in Cinema and Media Studies

Harrison Wade is a PhD Student in Cinema and Media Studies at the University of British Columbia and recipient of a SSHRC Doctoral Fellowship. He has a BA in Cinema Studies and English from the University of Toronto, where he received the Norman Jewison Fellowship in Film Studies. His thesis research is tentatively focused on non-photorealistic CGI and theories of special effects, realism, and perception, but he has also written on archives, digital materiality, phenomenology, feminist machinima, YouTube, and screen presence. He writes poetry and makes essay films.

Harrison Wade

Graduate Student | PhD Cinema and Media Studies
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(BA, Cinema Studies and English, University of Toronto)

Current Studies: PhD in Cinema and Media Studies

Harrison Wade is a PhD Student in Cinema and Media Studies at the University of British Columbia and recipient of a SSHRC Doctoral Fellowship. He has a BA in Cinema Studies and English from the University of Toronto, where he received the Norman Jewison Fellowship in Film Studies. His thesis research is tentatively focused on non-photorealistic CGI and theories of special effects, realism, and perception, but he has also written on archives, digital materiality, phenomenology, feminist machinima, YouTube, and screen presence. He writes poetry and makes essay films.