The film owes its good looks to the powerhouse that is Todd M. Duym. He was on board to shoot with us since Doldrums days, somehow willing to sacrifice a month of his impressive commercial career to shoot with us. Todd had a few lights and a focus puller at his disposal, needless to say he worked his ass off. He was a tremendous help for me as he was very in tune with our vision and I could count on him having my back. The visual style is very natural and observational with simple, if any, camera movements. Old, dirty lenses help give the film a traditional vibe.
The music was done by my life-long friend and bandmate, Nathan Richards, whose strange ear lent itself perfectly to the film. Everything else post-audio-related was conducted by another life-long friend named Mark Dolmont. Both of them are based out of Vancouver BC so post-production business and pleasure were mixed librally.