We are a team of two Brothers who strive to produce content that is both artistically beautiful and technically pristine...

the Dean Brothers offically launched in 2012 as a Directorial collaboration between two brothers.

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Tehben Dean

Director - Cinematographer

Jebarri Dean

Director - sound designer


Over the last 5 years Tehben has shot over two dozen music videos in the PNW for bands such as Blitzen Trapper, Y La Bamba and Typhoon as well as extensive work for brands like Nike and Adidas.
In 2016 he shot the feature film ‘Going Dark’ on a 3 week rafting trip on a remote river in Idaho.

Tehben started his career in his Dad’s sculpture studio at the age of 3 (though he didn’t know it yet) and eventually went on to study pottery in college and converted a Toyota pickup to electric as a teenager. He found his love for photography after a family trip to Europe and found his true passion cinematography shortly after and has never looked back.

He recently relocated to LA to push himself to the next level while persuing his dreams in the world of feature film.

With an eye for detail and composition, his work is full of rugged landscapes and rich colors.


Jebarri grew up playing music. He took traditional Violin lessons for several years as a kid before moving on to play Guitar. In his teens he melded his knack for woodworking and love of music to build a Violin, as well as several acoustic and electric Guitars.
Always having been drawn to music and sound, his start in Audio Engineering spawned with his early days multi-tracking in Garage Band with a laptop and built in Microphone.
Since then he has worked as a field Mixer/Boom OP, but post audio has been his driving interest, Engineering his first Record the "Los Holy Santos Gang" album "Twain" in 2012. His extensive Sound Design work covers multiple commercial projects, short films, music video's and TV over the years.

Passion for purity and rich soundscapes are a defining aspect to his work.