Kaitlin Till-Landry is a New York/ Toronto based artist & curator who works primarily with performance for the camera. Till-Landry graduated from the University of Toronto with a Specialist in Visual Studies and a Minor in Environment and Society. In 2007 she restored a Vtape's collection of 1970s reel-to-reel videos belonging to Performance Artist and Franklin Furnace Founder Martha Wilson. She then designed a collection assessment system for Vtape that considered how to detect and best record degradation for every format of video in the Vtape collection. In 2009 she co-founded Butcher Gallery with Lili Huston-Herterich and Brad Tinmouth. Till-Landry’s curatorial projects have included Search Prone, for Butcher Gallery and From Foundation to Fixation: Video Art and The Face, for Vtape. Most recently Till-Landry’s work explores psychological properties of the camera in relation to the effect that mediatized culture has on behavior and the presentation of self, be it virtual or physical.