Raine Devries: Producer | Social Media Consultant | Journalist

Raine Devries is a Producer, Social Media Consultant, and Journalist.  She is a noted expert in the motorcycle industry and has been a magazine editor and profiled in published books and on television shows.  She's is actively involved in the Dallas production world for TV, Commercials, Films, and Webcasts.

Raine Devries

Raine is a Producer, Social Media professional, and Journalist.

Raine Devries

Raine Devries

I thrive in the environment of the production world and particularly enjoy the pre-production phase where all the elements from budget to cast and crew are put together for a successful shoot!.

With a background in Media Relations with Warner Music Group and a multi-year term as Editor for Thunder Roads Texas magazine, I also maintain sharp skills within the social media and journalism fields. 

I understand all too well the unique challenges small business owners encounter and particularly enjoys working with them to establish their social media and PR presence to the world.

In the realm of journalism, I maintain my media credentials by writing high profile columns covering Harley-Davidson, Healthy Living, Film Industry, and Downtown Dallas.

Awards & Recognition

3-time winner of the Clarion Award for "U.S. Mexican War (1846-1848)" website for PBS.org 

Dallas TOPS Award : Dallas Ad League

Featured personality in the published book "Biker Chicks: The Magnetic Attraction of Women to Bad Boys and Motorbikes"  

Involvement

Texas Association of Motion Media Professionals : Board of Directors / Dallas VP (2013 - Present)

Advisory Board for USA Film Festival (1998-2005)

Alliance Française de Dallas : Board of Directors (1996-2002 and 2005-2008)

Women in Film.Dallas : Board of Directors / Publicity Chair (2010-2012)

City Producer for 48 Hour Film Project (2009-2011)

El Centro College Internet Publishing Program Advisory Board (1998-2000) 

Dallas Ambassador for InterNations  (2010-2012)

Raine and her team rolled in for the shoot ready to go. With thoughtful questions, a great rapport with her crew and a strong sense of shot composition, I’m certain their documentary will be strong. I can’t wait to see it.
— -- Andrew Barlow, Deputy Director of Communications, Officer of Texas Governor Rick Perry