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Ryerson Master of Digital Media


Assistant Professor, RTA School of Media



Ramona Pringle (MPS, BFA.) is a producer, interactive video artist and host. She specializes in digital multiplatform production and has developed and produced work for CBC, TVO, CTV and PBS where she worked as interactive producer on Frontline’s Digital Nation.

Ramona is currently in production on, which explores the evolving relationship between people and technology, and an interactive documentary project based on her research project Avatar Secrets which has been featured in the New York Times, and presented at events including SXSW, TEDx and Ignite.

As a video artist, she has produced several installations including her Master’s thesis Paranoia, exploring emotional perception in the interactive cinematic experience, and Rdigitalive, a live documentary remix presented at Nuit Blanche. Installations produced with the PeakMedia Collective have been exhibited at the New York Hall of Science, Sherway Gardens and Casino Niagara.

As an actress, she has enjoyed numerous roles alongside some of Hollywood’s top stars on such films as Shoot’em Up and Cinderella Man. Her hosting work includes CBC’s daily pop culture show The X, and the webcast of Idea City.

Ramona has a Master’s Degree from NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications Program, and a BFA Honours Degree in Film & Video from York University.


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