Christopher Breedlove Brown is the founder and owner of The Focus Group Movement, LLC; a multi-disciplinary design firm specializing in graphic design, creative consulting, and software training. The Focus Group Movement's mission is “To create something the world has never seen.”
One of Christopher’s older brothers, Jon, worked for NASA in the early-late 90’s, when the Internet and computer graphics were just blossoming. Jon had a computer built, installed Photoshop 5.5 and Illustrator 8, wired it in Christopher’s bedroom and gave one command: "Learn this! This is the future." Christopher was 16 years old. Before departing from his NASA tenure, Jon launched Midnight Online, a website development firm, where Christopher interned, learned and fell in love with visual communications, while working on projects for Florida State University Athletics, Roy Jones, Jr., HBO, The Sickle Cell Foundation, the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE), and the Technical Symposium Development Council; to name a few clients.
After graduating from Florida State University High School, Christopher was recruited to further cultivate his talents at the Atlanta College of Art. While working towards a Bachelors of Fine Arts in Advertising Design, he launched The Focus Group Movement and graduated in 2005.
He has helped start-ups, non-profits, and Fortune 500 companies communicate visually for the past 12 years. A few of the companies he has had the pleasure to work with are the US Army, Southwire Company, Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), CNN, FedEx, Boeing, Bank of America, Marriott International, Perry Ellis International, the Department of Homeland Security, Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), and Verizon Wireless.
Christopher serves as the Associate Pastor of Communications at The Hand of the Lord International in Decatur, GA. He is also on the Advisory Board for GIFTED Organization at Georgia Tech. For more than 10 years, his company has donated graphic design and photography services to youth programs throughout Metro Atlanta, and is a design partner for Tamar Sexual Abuse Support Group.
Personally, and most proudly, he is the husband of one wife, his high school sweetheart Kahliah, and together they have a brood of four: Penelope (8), Maxine (7), Christopher (5), and Lucas (4).