BRADLEY REEVES

Bradley Reeves and wife Louisa in front of their collection of 78 rpm recordings

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Bradley Reeves

Film Archivist, Manager of the Tennessee Archive of Moving Image and Sound

Bradley Reeves is a native of Knoxville, Tennessee with a background in audio–visual archiving. A graduate of the L. Jeffrey Selznick School of Film Preservation at the George Eastman House in Rochester, New York, Reeves has worked on film collections at the National Archives, Library of Congress, and the Archives of Appalachia. 

Reeves has worked on preserving silent films made during Hollywood’s first golden era in the 1920s, regional home movies, military and government film, educational and industrial film, television newsfilm, lost regional television shows, and all types of recorded audio media.

Reeves, along with wife Louisa Trott,  is co-founder of the Tennessee Archive of Moving Image and Sound (TAMIS) in Knoxville. He specializes in transferring old media to modern digital formats: from early wire audio recordings, 78rpm records, 16mm and 8mm home movies, to the various obsolete video formats.