Aaron Rosenbloom

Before he turned 23, Aaron Rosenbloom had won 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place in the same student advertising contest, broken into the world premiere screening of Punch Drunk Love and it’s subsequent party at Stephen Baldwin’s house at the Cannes Film Festival, worked on the 2nd season of the WB show Roswell, produced a music video in Miami for a rap artist actually named Max-A-Million, and also managed to graduate (in 4 years – you’re welcome, Mom and Dad) from the University of Colorado at Boulder. A strange path for a young man who told his father at age 8 that he wanted to be a professional golfer.

 Since turning in his soft spikes and recently thrown putter for a film camera Aaron worked just about every job on a film set, finally deciding that directing was the one calling his name the loudest. He has directed music videos, commercials, branded content, web series, and documentaries for clients like Keystone Lights, Luvs, Edge Shave Gel, Axe, a Brazilian iPad video game, and a Russian restaurant in Brooklyn. What can he say? He just loves working.

 His first short film, Bananas, starred Jayma Mays from Glee and the Smurfs movies and was adapted from a short story that appeared in the The New Yorker. It premiered at the Seattle International Film Festival, then played all over the world. His parents loved it and think you will too. It also won the Audience Award at the LA Comedy Festival. His wife is a teacher, which explains why this bio is so well written. He also lives with a mixed breed dog and his daughter.