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STUDIO ARTIST  |  A. Megan Turnbull is a Winnipeg (Canada) bred Artist, Animator, & Director. She has created paper worlds for her films EvolucityFrolic, and the National Film Board stereoscopic 3D film Unlaced-Délacé. Her work has been screened across Canada and internationally. It has been broadcast through CBC, enRoute AirCanada, The National Screen Institute, and various festivals. In 2016, she completed a Masters at Concordia University in Montréal, studying the evolving relationship between Media, Memory, and Time in the MFA: Studio Arts – Film Production Program.

THE PERSON  |  You can find out more about my life on my BLOG.

COMMERCIAL ARTIST  |  A. Megan Turnbull’s work also lends itself to creative projects in the advertising world. She enjoys the challenge of telling their stories, or relaying their messages in a visually compelling manner. Turnbull’s work is creative and resourceful in narrative and technique. She has worked on projects for clients such as; The National Arts Centre of Canada, DavidsTea, Alcatel Lucent, The Ottawa Style Magazine, Place d’Orléans Shopping Centre, The Uniter, Iridium, Banfield Marketing and Communications, VUCAVU and various musicians.


An article by Peter Langston, where he discusses Turnbull’s use of memory as a medium.
Link to article: OTTAWA CITIZEN

An interview with OTTAWA Magazine, regarding A. Megan Turnbull’s role on the 2013 Ottawa International Animation Jury.

Link to article: OTTAWA Magazine

A television interview with the Artist & broadcast of The Adventures of the Problem Solving Superhero & Mme O, for the September 1st 2012 episode of Absolutely Ottawa.
Link: CBC 

Banfield Marketing & Communications was awarded a gold davey award in 2012 for A. Megan Turnbull’s NAC Presents animated logos.

An interview with the National Film Board of Canada (NFB), regarding A. Megan Turnbull’s animation practice and film Unlaced/Délacé.
Link to article: NFB INTERVIEW

From June 2011 to September 2011, EVOLUcity was broadcast on all AirCanada televisions as part of the EnRoute film festival.
Link to article: ENROUTE

Spins & Needles published an interview with A. Megan Turnbull regarding her work, and her collaborative stop-motion initiative, COmotion. They hosted a COmotion in May 2011.
Link to article: SPINS & NEEDLES


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