Director, video designer, editor and screenwriter, Raymond Saint-Jean graduated in Communication Studies (Minor in cinema) at the Université du Québec à Montréal. He started his career in 1986, directing music videos and short fiction films. Since then he directed dramas (Out of Mind: The Stories of H.P. Lovecraft, Léa), documentaries (L’oiseau de nuit, Ville fantôme, Le Mozart Noir, six films from The Chamber Music Collection) and performing arts movies (Les trous du Ciel, Cabaret Neiges Noires). In 2003, Le Mozart Noir won a Rockie Award at the Banff Television Festival. In 2006, Ghost Town won three awards at the Yorkton Film Festival, including the Golden Sheaf Award Of Excellence. Raymond Saint-Jean is also a member of Geodezik, a multimedia production company designing video projections for the stage and public spaces.