Aaron began his career at the age of seventeen, shooting backstage at New York Fashion Week for YM, Cosmopolitan, and the LA Times. He went on to study photography at RIT and theater at Ithaca College, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Drama. After college, Aaron worked as a darkroom printer for the late Arnold Newman.
Over the past two decades, Aaron has made a name for himself in production still photography, creating press images, one-sheets, and book covers for film and theatrical productions that have been seen around the world.
Most recently, Aaron shot the stills for the movie KINGS starring Halle Berry and Daniel Craig, and the 3rd season of BOSCH for Amazon. Other recent credits include HANDSOME and HEATHERS for Netflix, THE GOLDBERGS, JUST ADD MAGIC, BETWEEN US, SICKHOUSE, THOSE WHO CAN’T, GORTIMER GIBBON’S LIFE ON NORMAL STREET, Jamie Babbit’s ADDICTED TO FRESNO, Paul Weitz's GRANDMA, and Michael Showalter’s HELLO, MY NAME IS DORIS starring Sally Field and Max Greenfield.
Aaron's clients range from Amazon and Netflix to New York Public Radio and The Tectonic Theater Project, with corporations such as AT&T, BMW, and Samsung in between. His editorial work has been featured in numerous publications including Vanity Fair, The New York Times, The LA Times, The Wall Street Journal, Entertainment Weekly, New York Magazine, Time Out, The Village Voice, American Theater Magazine, and ICG Magazine. As a Moab Master Photographer, Aaron travels the country teaching digital printing techniques.
Aaron is a member of the International Cinematographers Guild, IATSE Local 600.
He lives in Los Angeles with his family.