Vincent McCurley plays a malleable role as developer/creative technologist at NFB Digital Studio and has over 15 years of experience. He often switches between roles as technical director, information architect, UX designer, and programmer to help filmmakers and artists use technology to tell innovative stories. McCurley's work in interactive documentary includes Webby Award-winning projects Bear 71, Welcome to Pine Point, The Last Hunt, and God's Lake Narrows.
Loc Dao is the executive producer and creative technologist of NFB Digital Studio, Vancouver. He is also the co-founder of the groundbreaking NFB Digital and CBC Radio 3 Studios, known for their industry-shifting bodies of work. His recent works Seven Deadly Sins, Circa 1948, Bear 71, Welcome to Pine Point, and Waterlife have been credited with inventing a new form of the interactive documentary.
NFB Digital Studio
The NFB Digital Studio is a co-creation and experimental laboratory based in Vancouver, Canada, working at the intersection of story, form, platform, and technology. The studio has co-created and produced award-winning interactive works for the web, mobile devices, and physical installations such as The Last Hunt, The Test Tube with David Suzuki, and many more.