Sundal has a keen interest in motion graphics, interaction design and web development. Over the past year Sundal has been working as a designer and lead animator at Nimblebot, a design and production studio based in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Prior to this Sundal has worked both freelance and as a Research Assistant with The ECUAD Social + Interactive Media Centre and The Mozilla Foundation where he was involved in an applied research project developing visualizations for the Firefox browser add-on Lightbeam.
In 2013 Sundal’s poster designed for “Keeping the Memory Alive – Journeys through the Holocaust”, was selected by an international jury as one of 16 finalists. The poster was displayed in prominent locations such as parliaments and the headquarters of the United Nations in New York, Geneva, Vienna and the European Commission in Brussels, to mark the International Day of Commemoration in memory of the victims of the Holocaust.
Sundal graduated with a Bachelor degree in Communication Design at the Emily Carr University of Art + Design in Vancouver, Canada, Spring 2013. His bachelor thesis focused on the role of motion graphics as an informational tool as well as a vehicle for evocative response. Parts of his motion graphics piece were included in “Do not track. Let’s track the trackers”, an interactive documentary directed by Brett Gaylor and produced by Arte & Upian.