Dylan Glynn is based in Toronto and studied animation at Sheridan College in Oakville, Ontario and La Poudrière in Valence, France. His multidisciplinary practice is characterised by its emotion, grace and sense of wild-movement. His work has been recognized and exhibited by Society of Illustrators, American Illustration, Somerset House and the Canadian Screen Awards.

(Photo courtesy of Georgia Erger)


  • the Motion Awards (nominated “Best New Talent”)
  • Canadian Screen Award (nominated)
  • International Motion Art Award
  • Society of Illustrators
  • World Illustration Award (Shortlist)
  • American Illustration
  • Vimeo’s Staff Favourites of 2015
    “Lost Daughter” was selected by Malika Butler who wrote;
    “There are a myriad of different narratives that remain unheard or receive little to no public attention. Amongst them sits “Lost Daughter,” a beautiful yet harrowing illustration of a young woman’s experience. I highly recommend this piece to those who appreciate charming motion pieces paired with meaningful perspectives.”

Clients: Columbia Pictures, the Canadian Broadcasting Company (CBC), Red Bull, The Globe and Mail, Vice Magazine, BOOOOOOOM, The Huffington Post, Hello Mr., Thought Catalog, Giant Ant, Elephant Journal, Arte TV, Canal J, Intent.com, Moksha Yoga


Film Festivals

  • Festival National du film d’animation à Bruz  (Service Magique, 2016)
  • Cinanima (Service Magique, 2016)
  • Hearts and Minds (Circle Square,2013)
  • Let’s All Be Free (Circle Square,2012)
  • Utopia Film Festival (Circle Square,2012)