A.T. Brown

A.T. Brown

Qdash Oeuvre

Music composer in Vancouver, Canada

About A.T.

At the early age of eight, Alan enrolled in the Newark Boys Chorus School (NBCS) where he studied music and performing arts. Within two years, he had already performed at President Clinton's inauguration, The Cosby Show, Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall as well as countless other amazing venues around the world. While attending NBCS, he toured all over the world from New York City to Vermont to Atlanta to Prague. The Newark Boys Chorus performed and was considered "Newark's finest ambassadors" all before entering into high school.

As an adult, Alan joined the United States Air Force where he studied engineering, but he could never put down his passion to create music. “People would always say that my music sounds like it belongs in a movie" - Alan Brown.

By 2004, Alan had built a pre-production studio, with the money he saved while working in the engineering field, and continued to make music. In the same year, he formed his production company First Sound Entertainment. By 2005, Alan had begun pursuing his calling in film music composition. He studied mixing at Rubberball Productions under the highly acclaimed audio engineer Terry Hughes.

Alan had several music placements with a variety of music publishers, but he didn't stop there. In 2006, he went on to score his first feature film "Miguel and Gordo Come to America", a quirky comedy about two Mexicans' journey to America in search of a love interest. By 2007, he went on to score three films, including "The Domain" produced and directed by Paul C. Hemmes.

After moving to the Los Angeles area, Alan teamed up with a film music company where he went on to gain dozens of credits orchestrating and writing music for films such as Chamaco (staring Martin Sheen), Eyeborgs (staring Danny Trejo) as well as several other well-produced films. Additionally, he worked with Nathan Furst on the films “Maskarade” and “Act of Valor”. Along his journey, he also placed several compositions on a variety of MTV shows and into several music libraries, in addition to having written for numerous movie trailers and commercials.

Alan continues to write music for films and has studied orchestration with several noted composers around the globe.


Name: A.T. Brown

Lives in: Vancouver, Canada

Company: Qdash Oeuvre

Occupation: Music Composer

Credits

  • Night of the Templar

    Night of the Templar (2013)
    Film (Horror and Mystery) Music department A Medieval Knight resurrects to fulfill his vow and bestow a blood-thirst vengeance upon the kindred spirits of those who betrayed him long ago. In the course of one night, identities will be revealed, destinies met, and a poetic justice of the macabre maniacally served. Written by Paul Sampson

  • You're Nobody 'til Somebody Kills You

    You're Nobody 'til Somebody Kills You (2012)
    Film (Horror and Thriller) Music department "You're Nobody 'til somebody kills you" is an action packed and gritty story of two New York City homicide detectives that are forced into the high-stakes world of the hip hop industry. A complex web of murder, sex, money and music unfolds as the homicide detectives track a serial killer with an appetite for some of hip hop's biggest stars. Written by Anonymous

  • Act of Valor

    Act of Valor (2012)
    Film (Action, Thriller and War) Music department An unprecedented blend of real-life heroism and original filmmaking, Act of Valor stars a group of active-duty Navy SEALs in a powerful story of contemporary global anti-terrorism. Inspired by true events, the film combines stunning combat sequences, up-to-the minute battlefield technology and heart-pumping emotion for the ultimate action adventure. Act of Valor takes audiences deep into the secretive world of the most elite, highly trained group of warriors in the modern world. When the rescue of a kidnapped CIA operative leads to the discovery of a deadly terrorist plot against the U.S., a team of SEALs is dispatched on a worldwide manhunt. As the valiant men of Bandito Platoon race to stop a coordinated attack that could kill and wound thousands of American civilians, they must balance their commitment to country, team and their families back home. Each time they accomplish their mission, a new piece of intelligence reveals another shocking twist to the deadly terror plot, which ... Written by Relativity Media

  • Programming the Nation?

    Programming the Nation? (2011)
    Film (Documentary) Composer additional music According to many authorities, since the late 1950's subliminal content has been tested and delivered through all forms of media, at an increasingly alarming rate. "PROGRAMMING THE NATION?" examines the purported uses, influences and potential subconscious side-effects of what's going on beneath the surface of advertising, film, music and political propaganda. Even the US military has been accused of using this technology in their Psychological Operations Unit, (PSY OPS) campaign. This socially relevant documentary not only traces the history of this phenomenon, but seeks to determine the validity and potential threat that may or may not exist. Do you ever find yourself doing or buying things without any conscious reasoning? Why has consumer debt in America risen over 50% since 1990? How is it possible that the United States consumes about 25% of the world's resources while only making up 4.5% of the world's population? Are we all part of an elaborate scheme which has been programming... Written by Anonymous

  • Green Lantern

    Green Lantern (2011)
    Film by Martin Campbell (Action, Adventure, Romance, Sci-Fi and 1 More) Composer additional music In a mysterious universe, an elite defense force of peace and justice have existed for centuries. Cocky test pilot Hal Jordan acquires superhuman powers when he is chosen by "the Ring", the willpower-fed source of power, of the Green Lantern Corps. Reluctantly at first, he takes on the challenges these other superheroes face. Putting his self-doubts aside, and spurred on by his sense of duty and love for his beautiful, intellectually equal, colleague, Carol Ferris, he is soon called to defend mankind from Parallax, a powerful, evil being who feeds on fear. He is the universe's last chance, as many Green Lanterns have been killed and the Corps is weakened. And he might just be the right Green Lantern for the job of keeping the world safe from harm. Based on the characters of DC Comics series "Green Lantern". Written by Warner Bros. Pictures

  • Mask Maker

    Mask Maker (2010)
    Film by Griff Furst (Horror) Composer additional music When a young, deformed boy witnesses his mother's death, he comes back to take revenge on anyone who dares enter his property.

  • Murder by Proxy: How America Went Postal

    Murder by Proxy: How America Went Postal (2010)
    Film by Emil Chiaberi (Documentary) Composer additional music/orchestrator The film explores the basic question of what brings a seemingly normal person to the point of committing mass murder. It examines the complex interplay of personal and societal factors leading up to incidents of workplace massacres, starting with the earliest post office massacre in 1986. Ultimately, it provides a thorough and provocative examination into the increasing number of mass murders in the United States, examining how and why they continue to occur, and what this phenomenon might lead to in the future. Written by Anonymous

  • The Prankster

    The Prankster (2010)
    Film (Comedy) Music department The Pranksters are a secret society that rights the wrongs of high school. Its leader, Chris, longs for more with graduation looming. Under the guidance of his eccentric Uncle Nick, Chris embarks on a challenging path of self-discovery and romance. Written by Anonymous

  • Dead Enders

    Dead Enders (2010)
    Video (Thriller) Music department, Composer A disturbed woman, haunted by the death of her "one true love", kidnaps and brutalizes those she believes to be his living successor. Held captive in a subterranean prison, Robert begins a fight for his survival from a sadistic captor willing to kill anyone that disturbs her suicidal plans. To save himself, Robert must survive booby-trapped mazes, implements of torture, and an evil presence which feeds his captors insanity and hides from the world the dark secret of "Max". Written by Paul C Hemmes

  • A Pool, a Fool, and a Duel

    A Pool, a Fool, and a Duel (2009)
    (Short and Comedy) Music department A short silent B&W comedy about a playful Gardener and the funny mishaps he encounters through one day that lead to an important life lesson.

  • Firsthand: Encounter

    Firsthand: Encounter (2009)
    TV Movie (Action) Music department An assassin (Gage) and his would-be target (Chapel) form an unlikely alliance against a corrupt corporation named First Hand International (FHI). Above the law and beyond political scrutiny, Gage's and Chapel's exploits take them deep into the city's underground before they themselves become victims. Only one question remains: Who will kill who first? Written by Impellizzeri, John

  • The Tweakers

    The Tweakers (2009)
    Video (Comedy) Music department The Tweakers is an Ultra low-budget digital comedy about three tweakers (guys hooked on methamphetamines) hired as hit men by a drug dealer to kill his new girlfriends husband. These fried tweakers are so far gone, they have strange quirks that make them different. One (Turtle) is scared of every animal that exists, another (General Patton) is a twitchy ex-military guy who spouts nonsense from time to time and spurts military jargon frequently. The third (Uggh) is so far gone, he believes he's a caveman. Hilarity ensues as the three Tweakers race against time and logic to kill an elusive man, dodge the crazy double cheeseburger guy, hire a dominatrix named Shadow and keep from getting killed by a man named Moose! Written by Ben Wehrs

  • Vegan Love

    Vegan Love (2009)
    (Short and Comedy) Music department Lovelorn Alex can't seem to live life on his own terms. After being dumped by a manipulative ex, Alex's filmmaker friend Kyle suggests making a documentary to find him a new girlfriend. Alex reluctantly agrees, but this time around Alex wants to find another vegan like him in the hopes of being with someone more "palatable". After each wrong turn, their simple mission quickly turns into a hilarious travesty that forces Alex to re-think his approach to life, love, and tofu. Written by Anonymous

  • The Kid: Chamaco

    The Kid: Chamaco (2009)
    Film (Drama) Music department Young Abner Torres wants to pursue professional boxing as his means to escape the pervasive poverty, prostitution, drug dealing and bullying police of his Mexican city. His abusive father already exploits him in illegal matches, keeping for himself whatever money Abner makes from it. Personal support comes Abner's way from his sister Silvana, best friend Wilo and girlfriend Paulina. Local physician Dr. Frank Irwin, a caring influence in the neighborhood, also takes an active interest in guiding the lad off the streets. Frank's son is Jimmy 'the Dream' Irwin, who is himself trying to make a boxing mark in American despite getting a little too old for the sport and nursing a broken hand. At Silvana's intercession, Jimmy begins training Abner at the local gym while beginning to fall for his sister. Just as things are looking good for Abner's chances, tragedy strikes, threatening to derail everyone's efforts to see him leave the ghetto. Written by statmanjeff

  • Playing in Darkness

    Playing in Darkness (2009)
    (Short and Horror) Music department Dark Intentions is the game Bree and Benjamin play with unsuspecting frat boys. The price to party can be deadly.

  • The Scarf

    The Scarf (2009)
    Film (Adventure, Drama and Sci-Fi) Music department/Composer Additional Music When two high school girls, Daniella and Krista, find themselves working on a School Science Project about UFOs, they soon realize that they may be in a little over their heads. After family problems and an over-obsessive personality mislead Daniella to thinking that she must experience a UFO in order to get a good grade, this project soon threatens to tear apart her friendships, family, and even her very own life. Written by Kyle Lawrence

  • Never Surrender

    Never Surrender (2009)
    Film (Action, Drama and Thriller) Music department From the cage to the big screen, the world's greatest Mixed Martial Arts Champions come together for the first time in a major motion picture. When an MMA world champion is lured into the illegal world of underground cage fighting by an elusive promoter, he quickly realizes that the only way out is to kill or to be killed. In a place where some fight for glory and some fight for the fight; he will fight for his life. Now, in his greatest effort to come out on top, he can never look back; never show weakness, never leave...and NEVER SURRENDER. Written by Hector Echavarria

  • The Film You Did Not See

    The Film You Did Not See (2009)
    Film (Comedy) Composer The Film You Did Not See follows a group of aspiring novelists in New York City, each struggling to find their voice and pursue enlightenment. Shot in cinema verite style, this film provides a funny, intellectual and touching experience in a fresh format. Written by Anonymous

  • Teen Cribs

    Teen Cribs (2009)
    Television (Reality-TV) Music department Add a Plot »

  • Eyeborgs

    Eyeborgs (2009)
    Film by Richard Clabaugh (Action, Crime, Sci-Fi and Thriller) Composer additional music Are government surveillance cameras intended to keep us safe actually killing people? Is it a plot by the government to suppress the opposition, or have our terrorist enemies secretly gained control of our security system and are now using it against us? Following another major terrorist attack the US instigates an intense government surveillance program in which every camera in the country is linked into a single, all-seeing network called the ODIN system (for Optical Defense Intelligence Network). The system includes millions of mobile, robotic surveillance cameras known as "Eyeborgs," which watch everyone for suspicious behavior, all in the name of security, law enforcement and keeping America safe. An agent for the Department of Homeland Security grows suspicious of the system after a series of odd murders in which the physical evidence doesn't match up to what the video records show. Now he must work outside the system to find out who is really controlling the Eyeborgs. With the ... Written by RS

  • MARy

    MARy (2008)
    Film (Horror) Music department For over 30 years teens across America have been playing this game. The adrenalin rushes through their pubescent bodies as they chant her name into the mirror of a dark bathroom wondering if it actually works. Will she come out and kill them? Scratch off their face? Haunt them at night? Today, it's one of the most popular urban legends ever told. Many different versions of the story have been shared by teens alike, but how does it really work? Is she just a mythical murderer that's been created by the exploring youth, trying to get an extra thrill... or is it real? What is the true story behind... BLOODY MARY? MARY, a new independent motion picture is about to take you on a journey into the mirror to discover what this notorious and demonic possessed Mirror Witch really wants! Written by An-Li Peters

  • Creating Celebrity

    Creating Celebrity (2008)
    TV Movie (Reality-TV) Composer Add a Plot »

  • The Domain

    The Domain (2007)
    Film (Thriller) Music department, Composer An innocent young girl who thought she found the perfect man, finds herself tangled in his world wide web of drugs... See full synopsis »

  • STD: Sexually Transmitted Demons

    STD: Sexually Transmitted Demons (2007)
    (Short and Drama) Composer "STD: Sexually Transmitted Demons" is a film about a virgin female, wounded by a failed relationship, who grows pessimistic about the idea of allowing God to bring her a mate after finding that her ex has gotten engaged. Motivated by faithlessness and a strong desire to simply enjoy the company of a man, she accepts an "innocent" date with a playboy who privately struggles with sexual perversion. Being deceived by his charm, she makes a decision to "do what it takes" to hold on to this simulation of a loving relationship. Shortly after, she realizes that forgiving herself is merely one of the struggles she will face as she walks the road to redemption. Written by Shauntay Cherry

  • Justice Accomplished

    Justice Accomplished (2007)
    (Short, Thriller and War) Composer President Bush perverts Justice while the rest of the country keeps dancing just outside the door.

  • Miguel and Gordo Come to America

    Miguel and Gordo Come to America (2006)
    Film (Comedy) Music department, Composer Two illegal aliens from Jalisco, Mexico make a journey to San Antonio, Texas to meet a girl. They are mistakenly identified as Columbian drug dealers, causing them to be in difficult situations.

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