Maggie Rogers 'Dog Years' by Zia Anger

Maggie Rogers 'Dog Years' by Zia Anger

Maggie Rogers shot to internet fame after a video of a stunned Pharrell reacting to her song Alaska from an NYU masterclass surfaced last year. Part of Pharell's praise came from Rogers' embracing the traditional folk imagery and sound and combining that with dance music. It's an aesthetic that's translated here in Zia Anger's video for Dog Years.

Imagery of nature in the setting of a camp combined with a choreographed dance and procession, with Rogers performing into a mic that trails off into an unseen input. The muted colours of nature in the autumn enhance the ethereal sounds that turn the song and video into a living, breathing performance postcard.

Credits

Director
Zia Anger
Director of Photography
Doug Durant
Choreography
Monica Mirabile
Dancers
Briana Archer, Zuri Marley, Talia Kirsh, Katie Serwer, Heidi Gorton, Hannah Gorton, Quincy van Winkle, Charlie Hewson, Alice Rogers

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