|Born||in San Diego, California, USA|
|Height||6' 2" (1.88 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
Aaron is a twenty year veteran of the entertainment industry with a passion to tell engaging stories. He has served in a variety of above-the-line positions with a focus on directing, writing, and producing. His experience spans over projects ranging from commercials and promo pieces to short films and web series.
Some of Aaron's highlights include: Producing the 2004 short film Three Lives, starring Doug Jones, which won Best Film of San Diego in the 48 Hour Film Project; Directing the 2007 music video "Give It Up", winner of the Christine Evans' (Warner Music Canada) Dailymotion music video competition; Producing three spec commercials for the 2009 Doritos "Crash the Super Bowl" competition, one of which was a top-five finalist and aired nationally and another of which was selected by Frito Lay to represent them in the MOFILM competition in the Cannes Ad Lions Festival; Directing the 2018 short film Simon during the AT&T Create-a-thon, where it placed first runner-up.
Aaron believes that community is one of the greatest aspects of filmmaking and continuously looks for ways to give back and involve others. In 2005, Aaron co-founded San Diego Filmmakers, an educational networking organization, and served as Vice President and Emcee until 2012. He has volunteered at the San Diego Film Festival, Creative Talent Network Animation Expo, Burbank Film Festival, and others. He began volunteering with The Valley Film Festival in 2009 and became their Manager of Alumni Relations and Filmmaker Liaison in 2019. Since 2012, he has co-hosted annual networking gatherings in Los Angeles titled The Networking Party.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Aaron Matthew Kaiser