Mark David Turner’s work lies at the intersection of media, performing arts and archival practice in the Northwest Atlantic and Circumpolar North. He currently serves as the Manager of Audio-Visual Archives and Media Literacy for both the Nunatsiavut Government and the Labrador Inuit-run broadcaster, OKâlaKatiget Society. He is also an adjunct professor at Memorial University's School of Music. Mark has served as a co-investigator with the SSHRC-funded Tradition & Transition Among the Labrador Inuit research partnership, with the Gatherings: Archival and Oral Histories of Canadian Performance partnership development project, and is currently a principal investigator for the Council on Library & Information Resources-funded project, Uncommon Bonds: Labrador Inuit and Moravian Missionaries. His recent musical and literary output centres upon the Moravian Labrador Inuit musical brass tradition, Inuit cinema, and filmmaking in Labrador.