Medium Archives: RED HD Video


Fairmont Hotels “Notch8”

A commercial video for the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver’s new restaurant Notch 8. Client: Fairmont Hotels Production Company: Brüdder Productions Producer: RJ Sauer | Amy Jones Director: RJ Sauer DOP: Byron Kopman Camera Assistant: Kelvin Wong Carlos Fetherstonhaugh – Gaffer Mike Southworth – Key Grip Roberto Fraga: Grip Swing Stylist: Leila Bani Stylist Assistant: Ariana Preece Hair & Make Up: Katrina Molson Hair & Make Up Assistant: Talysia Ayala Editor: RJ Sauer | Raffy Espiritu Color Grade: David Tomiak Composer: Kenton Gilchrist Talent: Tara Wilkinson[…] Read more »


BC Rugby “Carry The Ball”

Brüdder created a commercial video aimed at celebrating the BC Rugby community and empowering the next generation of rugby athletes to continue with the sport. The video concept highlights the varying levels of age, skill and gender within the sport of rugby all working together to carry the ball for a try.

Photography by Steven Errico –


Tourism Squamish

A series of commercials highlighting the unique travel & tourism opportunities in Squamish, British Columbia, Canada.

The final client delivery included 10 vignettes, a 10 minute feature video and an extensive B-Roll library.  Please watch all of the 10 vignettes above as each shares a unique brand of visuals.  



Brüdder Productions created this stylized promotional video for the Vikes Athletics Program at the University of Victoria, Canada. A mix of current team members and UVIC alumni athletes were used to feature eight of the schools premiere sports. The videos were produced for recruitment purposes to entice young athletes to join their successful program. Brüdder also shot + delivered a variety of athlete photographs for UVIC to use in their marketing materials – a selection of which can be seen[…] Read more »




Anirniq (Breath)

Filmed on location on the northern tip of Baffin Island, “Anirniq” – Inuktitut for breath – is an award-winning short fable about an Inuit man confronting the loss of his father when he was a young boy on his first narwhal hunt. The story explores the Inuit belief that when someone dies their spirit goes into the living creatures around them and thus the Inuit saying: “The great peril of our existence is that our diet consists entirely of souls”.[…] Read more »