Alchemy Set is a American film production company based in Atlanta, GA. Specializing in narrative storytelling, we are focused on the production of feature films, television and commercial content. We are four members, each who have worked professionally in the industry in a different capacity; Art Dept, Camera, Post and VFX, and Marketing. Together we are one cohesive unit designed for storytelling.
A southern gentleman and time traveler, Justin is the writer, director and producer of numerous commercial and narrative projects, including the award-winning short film “Restitution.”
He studied at the Georgia Tech School of Architecture, winning the Grand Prix for his thesis film project, titled “hypertecture.” After graduating, Justin practiced at the world renowned architecture firm Mack Scogin Merrill Elam.
His passion for design and storytelling led to a career in set design and art direction, working for feature films and television including “Hunger Games: Mockingjay,” "Prisoners," "42: The Jackie Robinson Story," "Last Vegas," "The Walking Dead," and "Halt and Catch Fire."
In 2009, he founded Alchemy Set, a narrative and commercial production company dedicated to creating deliberate and evocative moving pictures. He lives in Atlanta, Ga. with his beautiful wife and four lovely children.
A member of the film industry for more than 10 years, Chris has been a part of over 60 feature films and television shows. He started his career in the lighting department and worked on such films as "Fast 5," "The Expendables," "Zombieland," and "The Signal." In 2009 Chris joined the camera department and camera or steadicam operated on shows like "The Walking Dead," "Fast and Furious 7," and "Kill the Messenger."
In 2012, Chris gained notoriety as a cinematographer for lensing the award winning short film, "Ghost of Old Highways." He has DP'd five feature films as well as numerous short films and music videos.
In 2013, Chris produced and DP’d the feature film, "Treehouse." Chris is currently camera operating on studio films, using his experience, contacts, and resources to produce and create high quality, meaningful, independent cinema.
Starting his career with the Deluxe-owned Beast, Brandon's beginnings are rooted in commercial and short film editorial. After realizing his desire to learn about post production beyond editing, Brandon transitioned to Beast’s sister company Method Studios, where he currently operates a range of software packages for commercial and short film VFX and cleanup work.
He has developed strong professional relationships with senior artists at world class vendors like Company 3, Company 3 Sound, and Method Studios, giving him and Alchemy Set access to an unprecedented pool of talent across all stages of post production. With his years of experience and knowledge of post workflow, he serves as a liaison and guide for getting everything out of the computer and onto the screen.
Fourteen years in the music industry has provided Aaron with an uncanny expertise in reaching individuals from all walks of life, preferences, tastes, and communal expectations. The characteristics in cinema are all too familiar, yet amidst that path of productivity is a world of new strategy techniques waiting to be utilized and exploited for consumer growth and creative gain. Aaron has taken that path to strategic righteousness for the benefit of Alchemy Set's cinematic production.