Myron Campbell

After graduating from the Fine Arts and New Media program at Medicine Hat College in Alberta, Myron Campbell created interactive web experiences with the Trailer Park Boys in Halifax, later moving on to the Banff Centre for The Arts as Lead Designer of the online digital arts + culture magazine, Horizon Zero. During this time, Campbell’s personal net art site ( gained international recognition in 2001 when it was archived in the Museum for Applied Art’s digital collection in Frankfurt, Germany.

In 2008, after several years of freelance interactive design and animation, Campbell joined Switch United as their youngest Art Director at 28 years old. He co-created interactive installations for the Vancouver 2010 Olympics and in December 2010, he was awarded Best Interactive Designer at the Canadian New Media Awards in Toronto, Ontario.

Campbell completed an MAA with distinction at the Emily Carr University of Art + Design in 2012 where he received the Governor General’s Gold Medal for academic excellence. He continues to present and exhibit internationally.

After 4 years of teaching in the Digital Design Program at the Vancouver Film School, Campbell joined as faculty at the University of British Columbia Okanagan and teaches digital media in the Creative Studies department.