Joe Hambleton, a Canadian-born artist and educator, has been teaching at Toronto School of Art since 2010. Previously, he taught at York University, Ontario College for Art and Design and Sheridan College.
As a storyteller, Hambleton uses art and the medium of video to create narratives that explore his personal experience and surroundings. By continually altering his process through research and experimentation, Hambleton furthers his understanding of the narrative devices and processes found in other media such as film, video games, music and literature. As Hambleton applies these narrative devices and processes to video, he progressively creates narrative structures that reflect his personality and influences. His work has been shown across North America, Europe and Asia and is represented by the Pari Nadimi Gallery.
2008 MFA in Visual Arts, York University, Toronto