DEVIN GREENWOOD

COMPOSER FOR TELEVISION AND FILM

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Originally from Philadelphia, Devin Greenwood's music career began as music director for Blue Note Records' chart-topping crooner Amos Lee. Devin later relocated to New York City to collaborate with various artists (Norah Jones, Sufjan Stevens, Steve Reich and David Lang). Greenwood's cinematic influences soon caught the attention of film composer Phil Mossman (LCD Soundsystem), and before long, Phil was composing all of his film soundtracks at Greenwood's Brooklyn recording studio, The Honey Jar.

 

Devin has contributed to six full-length features including Tim Sutton's "Donnybrook," and "The "Last Son" and most recently, “Rittenhouse Square" with Nick Nolte along with countless commercial projects for client's ranging from Donna Karan to Citi. In addition, Devin has mixed eight scripted podcasts for Audible featuring stars like Tom Hanks and John Lithgow.