Jarred Land (born May 30, 1975) is an American photographer, cinematographer, and film producer and the current president of the Red Digital Cinema Camera Company.[1] He is the owner and founder of and, two websites running under the name of Landmine Media for discussions and help about digital cinema cameras and film making.[2] Land joined Bambi Magazine in 2012.[3] He had also founded a bicycle courier company in Vancouver known as zoom.[4]

Early career

Living the first 22 years of his life in Edmonton, Alberta, Land went to Strathcona Composite High School and then attended the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology. In 1997, he moved to Vancouver, BC and founded zoom, a bicycle messenger company in downtown Vancouver. During that time he bought a Panasonic video camera (DVX100) to create a documentary on bicycle messengers. In July 2003, Jarred registered the domain and started a forum regarding his DVX100 camera to ask for help from other experts about film making.[5] He ended up selling his courier company in late 2004 to pursue a career as a cinematographer. With Nick Bicanic, Land formed Purposelabs, with the motivation to work with Vision Research to tailor their scientific cameras to the cinematography world.[citation needed]

Landmine Media

Landmine Media, Inc. is owned by Land (President), Jason E. Ramsey (Vice President of Operations), and Christine Ganda (Secretary/Bookkeeper).[6] This company controls three websites which are,, and All of these websites are owned by Land.


Land created DVXuser in early 2003 from his residence in Vancouver in an attempt to avoid film school[citation needed] and find users of the DVX100 movie camera so he could ask them questions,[citation needed] but it quickly grew to much more. has 92,088 users (as of June 16, 2012) and it contains 2,528,291 posts.[2] It was originally created for discussions regarding the Panasonic DVX100 camera but subsequently expanded to discussions of other cameras and general film-making topics.

Land created as an offshoot of DVXuser as the development of the RED camera commenced. It was created in 2006, to help general people understand the technology and working of RED cameras. Land has personal accounts on both of these sites and uses them frequently to keep his members informed about the new technologies in cameras and to update everyone about launch of his company's latest products.[7]

La Jolla Fashion Film Festival

In June of 2012 it was announced that Jarred Land and RED Digital Cinema has formed a partnership with the La Jolla Fashion Film Festival and Jarred Land would be presenting the top prize at the festival[8][9]

Vogue New Exposure

In spring of 2012 Vogue announced Jarred Land as a Panelist in the Vogue New Exposure Series [10]


Year Film Notes
2004 DVXlabs Filter Tests (video documentary) Producer, editor, co-cinematographer
2005 Sleepover Nightmare (video) Cinematographer, editor
2006 Shadow Company (documentary) Cinematographer
2006 HVX BootCamp DVD Vol. 1 - Camera Ops (Video) Producer
2007 HVX BootCamp DVD Vol. 2 - Post (video) Producer
2011 Tattoo (short) Executive producer
2012 Ridley Scott's LOOM ( short ) Producer
2012 Down and Dangerous Associate Producer


  1. WELCOME TO RED DIGITAL CINEMA manufacturer of 4K and 5K Digital Cinema Cameras, RED ONE, EPIC and SCARLET. Retrieved on 2012-06-13.[not in citation given]
  2. 2.0 2.1 The online community for filmmaking. Retrieved on 2012-06-13.[not in citation given]
  3. (2012-05-28). Retrieved on 2012-06-13.[not in citation given]
  4. Zoom Courier | Premiere Delivery Services for Thunder Bay, Ontario. Retrieved on 2012-06-13.[not in citation given]
  5. AbelCine. AbelCine. Retrieved on 2012-06-13.
  6. About Us. Retrieved on 2012-06-13.
  7. View Profile: Jarred Land. (2006-12-27). Retrieved on 2012-06-13.
  8. La Jolla Fashion Film Festival: Jarred Land. (2012-06-10). Retrieved on 2012-06-16.[unreliable source?]
  9. La Jolla Fashion Film Festival: Jarred Land. (2012-06-11). Retrieved on 2012-06-16.[unreliable source?]
  10. Promotions - Vogue | New Exposure. Vogue. Retrieved on 2012-06-17.

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