Meet Our TeamThese are the filmmakers behind the stories
From a young age, Sean Osorio had a passion for film-making. During his weekends and summer breaks Osorio would direct elaborate home movies featuring his family and friends. He honed his craft at the University of Central Florida by continuing to make short narrative films. Always experimenting with different camera techniques and storytelling forms. Upon moving to Atlanta, Osorio discovered the growing Free Art Friday movement and decided to shift gears by making a short documentary about the extraordinary artists who make up Atlanta’s Free Art Friday community.
Shelby Treichler attended University of North Carolina at Wilmington and majored in Film Studies and Theatre. She graduated in 2011 with departmental honors and started work in the film industry as an Art Department PA. The following year, she joined IATSE as Props person and continued to work for another 4 years in NC before following the work to Atlanta. In the last 3 years, splitting time between work (films like Passengers, Spiderman and Black Panther) l (Ireland, Peru and Nepal). Most recently she joined the group non-profit Outlast Film and volunteered to teach production design at their 2017 film camp on Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota. She’s excited about combining her passion for film and storytelling to the thriving art community in Atlanta and, in particular, the Free Art movement.
Jordan Chipps has been telling stories since he was a boy, using nothing more than a video camera and a handful of Legos. He received his Bachelors in FILM from the University of Central Florida and now resides in Atlanta, GA, editing for an online news network.
Director of Photography
Ben Muratet is a Director of Photography based in Atlanta, GA. He is a multifaceted filmmaker that believes in fitting an aesthetic style and feel to each specific project. The more he shoots and explores the world, the more he sees that EVERYONE has their own story. It’s Ben’s goal and passion to express these stories in a visual format so they can engage, inspire, and intrigue an audience.
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