Technical Coordinator at the Feminist Media Studio
2018 – Masters of Fine Arts, Studio Arts – Film Production, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada
Teagan Lance is a film and video editor, filmmaker and in many ways a jack of all trades when it comes to digital imagery and sound. She specializes in traditional video work, but also has experience working with streaming video, photo, graphic design, motion design and web design. Her research interests include documentary filmmaking practices, formal techniques, ethics and the concept of nuance as it applies to cinematic portraiture, especially as it intersects with queer/trans narratives in media.
These varied topics influenced the creation of her documentary short “Beautiful Alchemy” (2019, 17m), a cinematic portrait of Renée Yoxon, a queer, non-binary, and disabled singer songwriter which was part of the Official Selection at IMAGE+NATION that same year. The film explores their struggles and triumphs with identity, disability, and their artistic ambitions. She continues to work in the field as an independent filmmaker dabbling in various forms of documentary and experimental work, as well as collaborating with Renée Yoxon creating social media content centered around trans voice work and trans positivity.
Film / Video Work
2022, Where the Witch Lives, picture editor, horror short premiered at Fantasia Film Festival. http://www.tlance.net/selectedworks#WTWL
2022, Préambule, editor / sound recordist, artist interview series for Montréal Arts Interculturels.
2022, CREATION/DESTRUCTION, editor, short edits for multi-media dance work by ANIMALS OF DISTINCTION.
2019, Beautiful Alchemy, filmmaker, documentary short premiered at IMAGE+NATION.