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Walking through a house that used to be your home and feeling the past, present, and future versions of oneself all at once.  The poetic sense of nostalgia and all the secrets held within the walls of our childhood homes. 
Dream a river  
Official Music Video: Alela Diane
And Album Trailer 
Produced, Directed, & Edited By: Devin Jane Febbroriello
Director of Photography: Joe Bowden
Gaffer: Joseph Matos
1 AC: Kanon Havens
PA: Anthony Hou
PA: Mike Gamble
Label: Bella Union

Music Video: Dolphin Midwives

Dolphin Midwives (Official Music Video) 

Director: Devin Jane Febbroriello

Director of Photography: Adam Cornelius

Producer: Chelsea Unsbee

Editor: Devin Jane Febbroriello

Color grade: Adam Cornelius

Production Assistant: Mike Gamble

Production Design: Devin Jane Febbroriello

Label: Beacon Sound

Studio: Desert Island Studios

Production Company: Devin Jane Studio

Winner of the Best American Music Video at the Prague Music Video Awards, Dolphin Midwives new music video for “Clearing” explores the layers of a transformative process through the element of water in a symbolic narrative that brings Sage from initiation, through clearing, and renewal.  Working within the theme of the song, the video poetically portrays a process of release from abuse, control, and disempowerment as a result of the confines of the Patriarchy in order to embody a regenerated sense of empowerment.

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Music Video: Heather Woods Broderick

Heather Woods Broderick (Official Music Video) 

Director: Devin Febbroriello

Cinematography: Devin Febbroriello

Cinematography for Microscopic Footage, Cloud Tank, Ripple Machine, & : Tracy Maurice

Editor: Devin Febbroriello

HMU: Jessica Hafer

Gaffer: Joe Bowden

Production Design: Devin Febbroriello

Production Company: Serpent Power Productions

April 2019 Premiere on Gold Flake Paint & Stereogum

"I Try" was released as the second in a two part series of music videos made through a collaborative exchange of concept and footage shared between filmmakers Tracy Maurice and Devin Febbroriello. 

In the video for "I Try" we enter the waves and echoes of the dream landscape and follow Heather as she journeys through doorways and portals both within and without trying to make sense of the paradoxical nature of the realm she has entered. With a nod to the twists of a fairy tale and the revelations available to those brave enough to enter the rabbit hole the video was  conceived along the Oregon coast, in studio, and combined with analog special effects techniques and microscopic filmmaking atmospheres by Tracy Maurice.