“Permanent Hesitation” by Born Ruffians from the album Birthmarks
Directed by Ron Eyal and Eleanor Burke
Edited by Ron Eyal

Cinematographer: Eric Lin
Motion Graphics: Kristyn Hume
Gaffer: Steven Schuermans
Camera Assistant: Sam Wootton
Make-up Artist: Al’ona Vykydanets
Production Assistant: Mike Boodoo

Born Ruffians’ new video for “Permanent Hesitation” was directed by Ron Eyal and Eleanor Burke using an 8-camera rig devised by Eyal, Burke, and D.P. Eric Lin. The multi-frame look of the video was inspired by artist David Hockney’s “polaroid composite” portraits which stitch together multiple snapshots into a single mosaic image. “Permanent Hesitation” is the first music video shot simultaneously with eight video cameras to create a unified image. The crew used eight Canon 5D Mark III’s and custom-built rig which allowed each camera to be aimed independently. The motion graphics were created by designer and animator Kristyn Hume.