Vincent McCurley is a Developer / Creative Technologist at the National Film Board of Canada’s Digital Studio with over 15 years experience designing and developing multi-platform interactive projects. Playing a malleable role at the NFB, Vincent often switches between technical director, information architect, UX designer, and programmer to help filmmakers and artists use technology to tell stories in creative and innovative ways. His work in interactive documentary includes the Webby award-winning projects Bear 71, Welcome to Pine Point, the Last Hunt and God’s Lake Narrows. His current project Cardboard Crash has appeared at SIGGRAPH, VIFF, IDFA and Sundance. When not tinkering with the latest story-telling technologies, Vincent enjoys sharing his knowledge of interactive media as an instructor at UBC, BCIT and FDU.