JamLab Productions is located on Springwater Township on the beautiful traditional lands of the Ouendat (WENdatt), the Haudenesaunee (ho-deen-noh-SHAW-nee) and the Anishinaabek (ah-nish-i-NAH-beck) which includes the Chippewa, Ojibwa, Pottawatomi and Odawa people. We especially acknowledge the Chippewa’s of Beausoleil First Nation and Rama First Nation who were the last stewards of the lands in and around Springwater. We also recognize the Metis nationhood. This territory is covered by Treaty 16 of 1815. Also know as “the Peppercorn Treaty".

JamLab is a boutique production studio that creates for corporate, personal and entertainment sectors. The team is a collaboration of award winning talent creating productions that have won awards both locally and globally. JamLab continues to develop training videos, documentary style corporate videos, and short film.

“The oxygen of the production house are the passionate people who bring their most creative selves to each and every project. Together we breathe life into the stories we tell on screens, big and small,” Faith Howe, Principal of JamLab Productions. “It takes special people working in unison, bringing out one another’s unique talents to ultimately produce pieces we can celebrate. Now that’s joy!”


Faith Howe’s love of story pulls from rich history in her DNA. She is a Mohawk descendant from Six Nations of the Grand River, intertwined with Scottish, Irish and German settlers. She is a proud grandmother of seven, makes a mean pot of soup and (very) occasionally will bake chocolate cake just to see the smile on her husbands face.

JamLab, Faith’s newest baby, is the first initial of each of her children’s name. “One of the things I love about this career is the beginning middle and then the end. It allows me time to spend on my other life thrills, sewing and yoga. Those are my palate cleansers between projects.”