Myron Campbell is an Educator, Media Artist and Designer from Kelowna, BC.

From 2001-2008, Campbell worked with the Trailer Park Boys in Halifax and spent 4 years at the Banff Centre For The Arts as an Interactive Consultant and Lead Designer for the online digital arts + culture magazine, Horizon Zero.

In 2008, after several years of freelance interactive design and animation, Campbell joined Switch United as their youngest Art Director at 29 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 and where he received the Governor General’s Gold Medal for academic excellence. He has presented and exhibited internationally.

After 4 years of teaching in the Digital Design Program at the Vancouver Film School, Campbell has recently joined as faculty at University of British Columbia Okanagan and teaches Drawing + Digital Media in the Visual Arts program. His current research questions the role of monstrosity in mythological animal human hybrid characters and presents them as predominant metaphors for the underlying animal nature present in sentient beings.