Ruben Scott is a graduate of the prestigious Vancouver Film School and a 2019 graduate of the British Film Institute Academy filmmakers program.
Ruben has hands-on experience in the industry that includes working for Mark Wahlberg’s production company in LA, serving as a Second Cameraman filming in Montana, completing paid work on the post-production of an HBO series, and being invited on the set of a long-running Warner Media TV series filming in Sweden.
Music video director Ruben Scott‘s most recent release is a performance video for “369,” featured on the GRAMMY website. Scarlet Parke, who wrote and produced the track, stars in the video, making her a triple threat.
A good music video can be a powerful tool in conveying the message of a song and creating a visual experience that complements the music and the artist. Ruben does just this in the video, using a vivid red background to draw the viewer’s attention to Scarlet. The background creates a visually stunning effect that sets the mood and atmosphere of the video.
Ruben uses lighting, color, camera angles, and editing techniques to highlight Scarlet, who is dressed in all white with a red tint. As you watch the performance video, you are pulled in, as if you are watching the performance live.
Overall, the music video for “369” enhances the listener’s experience and creates a lasting impression, which is the ultimate goal of any director.
My name is Ruben Scott, and I am a music video director. Over the years, I have had the pleasure of working with some amazing artists, including Scarlet Parke, Kel Adore. As a music video director, my goal is to create videos that not only entertain but also touch hearts and minds. I understand the power of music to inspire and connect people, and I am dedicated to using my skills to create music videos that evoke a range of emotions in viewers.
My most recent release is “369,” a performance video for artist Scarlet Parke. The video is featured on the Grammy website and adopts a vivid red, conveying the energy and passion Scarlet has for the medium. It was a really awesome experience working with Scarlet, and we actually have something super exciting we’re working on now.
For me, the world itself is my inspiration! I make sure I take in everything I see, hear, etc. From that, thoughts just pop into my head.
I actually starting my own production company this year, which is really exciting for me. I wanted to do it for a while, but stuff kind of just got in the way. It’s lots of fun!
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I’m Jenna, the founder and editor of Canadian Beats. I have had a strong love for Canadian music, which started many years ago. I have a passion for promoting these talented Canadian bands and artists, and that’s how Canadian Beats came to be.
Canadian Beats has grown to become more than media, and what a journey it’s been.
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