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Born Ruffians – Don’t Live Up


Shot RED 6K, using a manually controlled rotating plinth on 18ft of dolly track.


From the Born Ruffains album, ‘RUFF’, out October 2nd on Paper Bag Records in Canada and Yep Roc Records worldwide.


Directed by Jared Raab
Cinematography by Adam Crosby
Production Design by Adam Belanger
Produced by Jeff Hanes
Co-produced by Matthew Greyson

1st AC: Chris Gruggen
2nd AC/DMT: Sheena Munroe
Gaffer: Tony Ranieri
Key Grip: T.J. Richardson
Best Boy Electric: Rohan Painter
Best Boy Grip: Spencer Johnston
Hair & Makeup: Moira Garr

Colour by Conor Fisher at Alter Ego Post

Shot at Pie in the Sky Studios, Toronto

Art Department:
Erixon Bernardo
Michael Osuszek
Rachel Päärsalu-Parent
Sandro Petrillo
Bubba Southey-Gordon

Also with:
Cosette Schultz
Moira Garr
Colin Medley
Nick Tiringer
Luca Tarantini

Special Thanks:
Noah Fralick
Tim Bewcyk at Pie in the Sky Studio
Alex, Jeremy and Scott at Sleepless Records for the Van






Visuals created by taking scans of nature Polaroids, and glitching them out in After FX, using the pixel-motion time remapping

Based on a trick I picked up from artist/filmmaker Geoff Pugen


Daniel Fortin // BRINKS

David French – tenor saxophone
Michael Davidson – vibraphone
Daniel Fortin – bass
Fabio Ragnelli – drums

Video by Jared Raab (

2015 Fresh Sound New Talent Records.




Ohbijou – Niagara

Directed by Jared Raab
Cinematography by Peter Dreimanis
Edited by Nadia Tan
Produced by Josh Warburton and Peter Dreimanis
Fire and water by Brodie Spaull
Production Assistance by Robin Love

Niagara was shot using a combination of slow motion footage from the high speed Olympus iSpeed camera and Canon 7D. It also utilized a strange and wonderful piece of technology called a Fog Screen, which belongs to the Future Cinema Laboratory at York University in Toronto. In order to achieve the effect of floating in mid air effect, we had the band jump on a trampoline, which was setup in the backyard of my parent’s farm house near Peterborough Ontario. Cudos to Ohbijou for enduring an all night shoot, rather chilly temperatures and some seriously sore muscles. Footage shot with the iSpeed was later projected onto the Fog Screen and re-shot on 7D for the performances. The Fog Screen works by dropping a thin sheet of water-based fog from above on which you can project video images.

All of the water, smoke and fire effects you see were done in-camera using propane blasts, flame wands and a rain wand positioned above or below the frame. The final video features very little digital composting, though we did layer in the occasional rain drop here or matt-out the occasional light there.

The video’s final 4:3 ratio is a result of the native dimensions of the iSpeed camera and the Fog Screen.

Produced with the kind support of the Future Cinema Laboratory

Special Thanks:
Remi Arora
John Greyson
Andrew Roth at the Future Cinema Lab
Evelyn and George Raab
Paul, Tracy & the Welchs


Snailhouse – I Never Woke Up

Director:  Jared Raab & Lindsay MacKay
Camera:  Pawel Pogorzelski and Jared Raab
Editing: Nadia Tan

Shot on location in and around Joshua Tree National Park, Los Angeles and San Francisco, California.


Based on the art of Brion Nuda Rosch and John Stezaker (below)


All composting was done in After Effects using simple masks:



The Arkells – Whistleblower

Director:  Jared Raab
Producers:  Peter Dreimanis & Josh Warburton
DOP:  Adam W. Crosby

Shot using N3D technology from Aircord Japan, the production for Whistleblower was broken up into two distinct sections. First the band’s performance was shot, with four separate cameras (front, back and sides) on a completely black background. The video was then edited using all 4 angles simultaneously, in order to be viewed on the 4 sided pyramid as a 3D object. The second shoot came after this editing stage, and involved a circular dolly, which was perfectly timed around the pyramid to coincide with the edit. The final video is comprised of one single shot, dollying around the pyramid and the majority of effects you see were achieved by cuing lighting effects behind and underneath the clear pyramid. Old televisions, bare light bulbs and flickering fluorescent tubes were used, along with a rack of smaller spot lights, constructed especially for the shoot by Cinematographer, Adam Crosby. There was also a series of blue LED lights placed under the pyramid that could be cued for an added “star field” effect.


Full Credits:
Assistant Director: Matt Greyson
Art Director/Production Designer: Dylan Jackson
Set Dresser: Dylan Madden
Camera Assistant: James Hellyer
Key Grip/Dolly Grip: Cliff Ramnauth
Makeup: Kenji Sato
Craft: Meghan Rule
PAs: Taylor Bateman & Jeff Garneau
Special Thanks: Claire Rosenbaum & Eggplant Entertainment
Thanks To: Universal Music Canada
BTS Crew: Maya Bankovic & Nadia Tan
N3D Consultant: Toshiyuki Hashimoto

N3D Holographic System by Aircord Labs.

Photos by Mike DeAngelis