» Harrison Gish

Lawrence and Kristina Dodge College of Film and Media Arts
Harrison Gish

Harrison Gish is a doctoral candidate in UCLA's Cinema and Media Studies program. He studies video game avatars, interfaces, and issues of historical representation, and American cinema, particularly the history of science fiction, special effects, and the representation of war. He has twice taught UCLA's first undergraduate video game studies seminar. His work has been published in CineActionMediascapeeLudamos, and The Encyclopedia of Video Games. He founded LUDUS, UCLA's grad student video game studies organization, and is the co-chair of the Society for Cinema and Media Studies Video Game Studies Scholarly Interest Group. He is also a member of the Motion Picture Editors Guild, and works as an editor at Sony Pictures Entertainment.