Ramona Pringle is a creator, storyteller, educator and researcher who is focused on the intersection of technology and human experience.
As a producer and director, Ramona has developed work for CBC, TVO, CTV and PBS where she worked as an Interactive Producer on Frontline’s Digital Nation. She has produced several media installations including her Master’s thesis, Paranoia, which explores emotional perception in the interactive cinematic experience, and rdigitaLIVE, a live documentary remix presented at Nuit Blanche Toronto.
A sought after speaker and commentator, Ramona is the National Technology Contributor for CBC Radio. She has appeared on CBC TV’s “The National”, Global TV News, CTV TV News and on TVO’s flagship newsmagazine, “The Agenda with Steve Paiken”, and has presented at events including Social Media Week, SXSW, NXNE, TEDx, Ignite, the World Future Society, and Tribeca Interactive.
Ramona has a Master’s Degree from NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications Program, and is a faculty member at Ryerson University’s RTA School of Media where she teaches at the graduate and undergraduate level and acts as the Concentration Coordinator for Narrative Media, and the Creative Director of Ryerson University’s RTA Transmedia Centre.
In 2013, she was named one of the “10 to Watch” by entertainment trade publication, Playback.
Avatar Secrets is her first feature-length ‘appumentary’.