Myron Campbell brings 10 years of experience in interactive design and animation to Vancouver Film School. Shortly after completing a diploma in Visual Communication at Medicine Hat College, he progressed quickly in his career, working with the "Trailer Park Boys" TV series in Halifax. He then spent four years at the Banff Centre for the Arts as an interactive consultant, as well as a Lead Designer for the online digital arts and culture magazine, Horizon Zero. Since then, he has worked with clients including CBC, Brent Butt, Omni TV, and NFB.
More recently, Campbell was art director at Switch United, where he co-created interactive installations for the Vancouver 2010 Olympics. "The Curious Tree" was exhibited in the BC Pavilion, and"The Digital Gateway" is permanently installed in Robson Square in Vancouver. In 2010, Campbell was named Interactive Designer of the Year at the Canadian New Media Awards.
Campbell is currently working toward his master's in Media Arts at Emily Carr University of Art + Design and continues to produce and exhibit work internationally.