Laurel Terlesky is an interdisciplinary artist, designer, educator and researcher.
As an independent contractor, Laurel has contributed to various motion graphics projects both for film, TV and live events, designed and programmed websites and designed print materials. Her clients include TBA Global, POV Works, Anaid Productions (where she worked on the series “X-Weighted” creating an animated flash series for their website) and various projects for both CBC Television and Radio-Canada. From 2001 – 2005 Laurel was a full time designer on CBC’s late night innovative cross-platform project, Zed, allowing her to jump between web, print and broadcast motion graphics. Zed won numerous awards, including many Leos and was nominated for an Emmy award.
Since 2011 Laurel has been teaching Visual Effects in the New Media program at the British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT).
As an interdisciplinary Canadian artist and educator, she has exhibited internationally and lead many fine art workshops. She holds a Master of Fine Arts Degree in International Creative Practice from Transart Institute (New York / Berlin), accredited by Plymouth University (UK) (2014) and a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from the University of Victoria (Canada) (1999). Please visit laurelterlesky.ca for more information.
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