Flick Harrison is a writer, filmmaker, and media artist/educator. Starting out on the CBC youth series Road Movies as one of Canada’s first professional videographers, he’s since made video in Pakistan, the US, Mexico, and China. As part of Something Collective, he helped pilot the City of Vancouver’s Field House community-artist residencies.
His work includes teaching media production and literacy, designing projections for theatre and dance, making music video and consulting on media technology. He has worked with the Shadbolt Centre for the Arts, Pacific Cinematheque, and Arts Umbrella.
Flick is working with ASC! Research Project to create videos, such as this series on community engaged artists, that document and share the project’s work to the public.