Daniel Gaucher




Daniel Gaucher is a tenured Associate Professor of Visual and Media Arts at Emerson College in Boston, MA. He earned his MFA in Interrelated Media at the Massachusetts College of Art after graduating with a BA in Communications from the University of New Hampshire. He moved to Los Angeles and established himself in the production world as one of the original editors for the hit reality series, Blind Date. He went on to edit reality and documentary programming including REAL TV, Extreme Engineering and the PBS science series NOVA. His work has aired worldwide on NBC, MTV, Bravo, A&E, UPN, Spike, VH-1, TLC, PBS, History Channel, National Geographic, and the Discovery Channel. He has produced two independent feature documentaries, VINO (1999) chronicling the history of winemaking in California, and Written In Stone (2010), which explores ancient stone sites found all over New England. Daniel’s current research addresses narrative in a virtual reality environment, and the impact working outside the frame will have on the rules of production and post-production.

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